Global Biopharmaceutical Company - Bristol Myers Squibb
Our colleague Royce Thomas describes his experience of living with psoriasis and how it is important to support the patient mentally.
Colleagues Rosanna Ricafort and Kathleen O’Neil have found powerful healing through the company’s support of The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s (LLS) signature event Light The Night®.
Several of our Bay Area interns recently traded their lab coats for 30-pound backpacks on a hiking trip, where they found themselves tapping into important skills that will help them succeed back in the lab.
Bristol Myers Squibb continues to advance research to unlock the full potential of BCMA-targeted therapies across approaches in an effort to bring new options to patients living with multiple myeloma.
Learn about how the company aims to build a robust immunology portfolio with pathbreaking science that addresses the unmet needs of people living with immune-mediated diseases.
Global Patient Week
Now in its eighth year, Global Patient Week is an essential part of our culture — it unifies us and reignites our passion to do more for our patients. As the first biopharma to set aside time solely focused on the individuals we are working for each and every day, Global Patient Week is a pinnacle of our year-round vision to transform patients’ lives through science.
Evris grew up with an autoimmune disease, which began as psoriasis and developed into psoriatic arthritis. These conditions created insecurities for Evris, as he struggled to accept who he was. Now, Evris finds solace in his husband, Henrik, as they share the common bond of being patients. Hear how Evris uses what he has learned from his journey to help others.
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Our company’s legacy of innovation began in the early 1800s, when our founders made it their mission to bring better health solutions to patients who needed them most. Today, we are continuing that tradition by using the latest science and technology to help improve lives through the research and development of new medicines for serious diseases.