Acadia fell from over $21 per share to $16.50 as of market close April 9.
Clarify Medical's CEO was formerly head of Neothetics, which merged into San Diego company Evofem Biosciences after its experimental drug failed in the clinic.
BIOTECH: Partnership, Sales Boost Are Part of Positives
Tandem Diabetes Care believes the storm has passed.
Imagion Biosystems Ltd.,'s new home will be on Science Center Drive.
BIOTECH: Optum360’s System Covers All the Bases for Variety of Users
A San Diego offshoot is deploying artificial intelligence against a crushing administrative burden: electronic health records.
San Diego-based ResMed has hired Bobby Ghoshal as the company’s first chief technology officer.
After 22 years as Sharp Healthcare’s CEO, Michael Murphy plans to retire February 2019.
LEGAL: Avoiding It Can Be Tricky for Law Firms
A Carlsbad spine surgery company recently sued a law firm, highlighting a thicket of conflict-of-interest issues lawyers wade through in choosing clients.
Arcturus Therapeutics is suing its former CEO, nearly two months after he challenged the legality of the company terminating him.
La Jolla-based Singlera Genomics has raised $60 million in a Series A+ round, which will go toward development and commercialization of its non-invasive genetic tests for early-stage cancer detection and clinical validation studies.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration signed off on San Diego-based Dexcom’s G6 diabetes monitoring system, which doesn’t require finger prick blood draws for calibration, it was announced March 27.
Luna DNA, a startup led by former Illumina executives, has filled out its leadership roster.
Ronald Giannotti has been appointed as COO of Toft Group Executive Search, a San Diego-based firm centered on executive searches in life sciences and health care.
BIOTECH: Co. to Take on Previously ‘Undruggable’ Proteins
Even by startup standards, Vividion Therapeutics CEO Diego Miralles makes bold claims. He said the venture marks a “once-in-a-generation opportunity” to build a transformative company in San Diego.
San Diego’s Human Longevity, Inc. has named Scott Sorensen chief technology officer as the company brings its genomics and health program to more locations globally.