In this episode of Life Science Success my guest is Roger Frechette. Roger is the co-founder and principal of New England PharmAssociates, LLC. He leverages a global network and insights derived from his greater than 20 years experience in...
In this episode of Life Science Success my guest is Roger Frechette. Roger is the co-founder and principal of New England PharmAssociates, LLC. He leverages a global network and insights derived from his greater than 20 years experience in the Business of Biotech and R&D Operations, calibrated with a background as a scientist and scientific leader.
02:01Tell listeners about yourself
03:14Talking aboutexperiences with larger scaling companies and corporations
05:27Tellabout co-founding the New England Farm Associates or why you called it N E P Associates.
11:28Explaining aboutNP associates who are the clients that you serve, and what do you actually look to provide in the industry?
17:20Telling aboutwhat are the biggest challenges at N E P Associates?
19:29 Where do you see the biggest opportunities?
22:55 There are three questions that I like to ask every guest.
-What Inspires you?
25:31-What concerns you?
29:22-What excites you?
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Roger is a veteran life science executive with extensive experience in strategic planning and business development in highly innovative companies. He is the Founder and Principal of New England PharmAssociates, a virtual consultancy leveraging his BioPharmaceutical business and R&D experience, industry insights and global network through advisory and fractional executive engagements - most often with companies at the Seed-Series A stage. His business insights derive from a diverse background in life sciences that includes leadership of multidisciplinary scientific teams in Biotech, drug discovery in Big Pharma, international strategic alliance management, early drug development leadership, incubator foundation and entrepreneurship. Roger has a BA in Chemistry from Holy Cross, a PhD in Synthetic Chemistry from Wesleyan University, completed a postdoctoral fellowship at Yale University and thoroughly enjoys being on a life-long journey of continuous learning. A longtime supporter of the life science innovation ecosystem, Roger has been active in entrepreneur education and mentorship, contributing to the development of the next generation of innovators.