The pharmaceutical division of Bayer Healthcare is planning to establish an Innovation Centre in San Francisco which will in turn create pharmaceutical jobs.
The new Innovation Centre is being created by Bayer in a bid to expand it’s global research network and introduces a newly formed ‘Science Hub’ which will see collaborations with academic research scientists and smaller biotech firms.
The new development will create approximately 65 new pharmaceutical jobs. The new pharmaceutical jobs will be housed at 455 Mission Bay -This is in fact the building which pharmaceutical giant Pfizer left vacant last July.
The new Innovation Centre will be run by Terry Hermiston, the Vice President of Biologics Research at Bayer. Speaking of the new centre he stated, “We wanted to be where the cutting-edge research was being done and there was space available.”
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