We’re known for exceptional science and pioneering medical breakthroughs. We bring that same innovative and entrepreneurial spirit to our partnerships. Our goal with our partnerships is to create the most value for us, our partners and most importantly, for patients. Take this quiz to test your knowledge about partnering and learn more about some of our successful collaborations with companies and institutions from around the world.
1. How many of Genentech’s pipeline molecules and marketed products are a result of successful collaborations?1
2. At what stage of product development do most Genentech partnering deals occur?2
3. Which of these partnering deals did Genentech sign in 2015?3
4. Which deal provided an opportunity for Genentech to continue its 30 plus year commitment to breast cancer research?4
5. True or False? Partnering deals across different therapeutic areas should follow similar structures in order to be successful.1
6. What type of deals does Genentech Partnering make?
7. In what year was the biotechnology industry created?5
8. At Genentech Partnering, what percentage of our business development team are scientists or doctors?6
9. Which of the following do we think is the most important economic factor for a biotech partnership?7
10. True or False? Genentech Partnering only works with companies based in the United States?
1Genentech corporate website: http://www.gene.com/about-us/partnering
2Roche corporate website; Credit Suisse Healthcare Conference November 10, 2015: http://www.roche.com/investors/agenda.htm
3Almac Discovery press release: http://www.almacdiscovery.com/discovery/news/almac-discovery-announce-ubiquitin-specific-protease-collaboration-with-genentech/
4Genentech press release: http://www.gene.com/media/press-releases/14567/2014-07-01/genentech-announces-definitive-agreement
5Genentech corporate website: http://www.gene.com/stories/biotech-basics
6Genentech corporate website: http://www.gene.com/stories/pioneering-partnerships
7Genentech corporate website: http://www.gene.com/stories/the-value-of-the-right-partner