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  • UCB Engages Community on how Service Dogs Help People with Epilepsy

    Posted by Katelyn Snider, U.S. Communications and Public AffairsCanine_Assistants_1280x960

    This spring, UCB engaged the Atlanta community at the 2018 Atlanta Science Festival with a booth called “How the Canine Mind Helps People with Severe Diseases.” The festival is a two-week celebration of science offering more than 100 events at locations throughout metro Atlanta. UCB participated at the expo event held in Piedmont Park on March 24.

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  • UCB’s Dr. Luiz Miguel Camargo, Dedicated to Finding Cures

    Posted by Katelyn Snider, U.S. Communications and Public Affairsluiz_BTS_1280x960

    Luiz Miguel Camargo, Ph.D., UCB’s Director of Innovation Networks, was featured in an interview as part of the Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America (PhRMA) #GOBOLDLY campaign talking about his work and dedication to advancing science to find solutions.

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  • UCB’s Dr. Victor Sloan Shares His Commitment to Go Boldly

    Posted by Katelyn Snider, U.S. Communications and Public AffairsVictor_BTS_1280x960

    Dr. Victor Sloan, UCB’s VP & Development Strategy Lead (immunology), was featured in an interview as part of the Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America (PhRMA) #GOBOLDLY campaign. Learn more about Dr. Sloan’s work and his motivation to find groundbreaking solutions.

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  • UCB’s Commitment in Neurology

    Posted by Mike Davis, Head of U.S. Neurology Patient Value UnitResearch_for_blog_post_4.20.18_1280x960Today, we announced an exciting addition to UCB’s epilepsy pipeline with an agreement to acquire the rights to Proximagen’s Midazolam Nasal Spray (USL261),1 an anti-epilepsy drug (AED) developed as an intended rescue treatment for acute repetitive seizures (ARS, also known as serial, recurrent or cluster seizures) in patients with epilepsy.

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  • UCB Celebrates Parkinson’s Disease Awareness Month

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    April is Parkinson’s Awareness Month. To honor those living with Parkinson’s disease (PD), we’re spreading awareness about the disease and sharing some of our favorite stories of inspiration.

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  • Welcome to UCB USA

    Posted by Allyson Funk, Head of U.S. Communications and Public Relations

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    As the U.S. affiliate of UCB, a global biopharmaceutical company, we are excited to be relaunching UCB-USA.com and a blog with news on UCB in the U.S.

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  • UCBCares is Dedicated to Providing Caring Experiences


    Posted by Katelyn Snider, U.S. Communications and Public AffairsUCB_campus_1280x960

    UCBCares® is UCB, Inc.'s single source solution center in the U.S. dedicated to providing exceptional caring experiences and solutions for all incoming inquiries to UCB from patients, caregivers, and healthcare providers.

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  • UCB Sponsors New Exhibit at Atlanta’s Fernbank Museum

    Posted by Katelyn Snider, U.S. Communications and Public AffairsThe_Secret_World_Inside_you_1280x960

    UCB is dedicated to supporting STEM education in the communities where we work and live. As part of this commitment, UCB is a proud sponsor of the new special exhibit, “The Secret World Inside You,” at Atlanta’s Fernbank Museum of Natural History.

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  • UCB Becomes Member of AMSUS Executive Advisory Board

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    Last year, UCB was invited to become a member of the Association of Military Surgeons of the United States (AMSUS) Executive Advisory Board as the only pharmaceutical industry representative.

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  • My 20-Year Crohn’s-versary

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    Ben Morrison—comedian and Crohn’s Advocate—speaks candidly about his experience living with Crohn’s disease. He shares personal insights on the progress of Crohn’s care and the availability of information over the last 20 years.

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