Samuel W Meyer’s ethics and commitment to staff is above reproach.
Samuel W Meyer is from Princeton New Jersey. His ethics and commitment to staff is above reproach. Samuel reflects the corporate ethics of Bristol-Myers Squibb, which I might say is a rare exception in what could otherwise be described as a dog-eat-dog industry, namely Big Pharma.
Samuel’s commitment to the welfare of Bristol-Myers Squibb’s ultimate customer, the patient, is reflected in the corporate focus on excellence in medicine for disease areas such as cardiovascular, oncology, immunoscience and fibrosis.
Bristol-Myers Squibb’s R&D organization has built a pipeline of sustainable and potential therapies. BMS is very willing to actively partner with external innovators to broaden and accelerate their work; in doing so the sum is greater than the parts.
About Samuel W Meyer and Bristol-Myers Squibb
Bristol-Myers and Squibb, in Princeton New Jersey, merged in 1989, with Bristol-Myers as the nominal survivor. The amalgamated organization emerged as Bristol-Myers Squibb.
In 1999, President Bill Clinton granted Bristol-Myers Squibb the National Medal of Technology, the country’s foremost recognition for scientific achievement, for prolonging and enhancing human life through cutting-edge pharmaceutic research and development and for redefining the scientific discipline of clinical study through groundbreaking and extremely complicated clinical trials that are benchmark models in the industry.
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