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Jul

28

UCB Welcomes Second Class of Virtual Interns

Tomorrow is National Intern Day 2021! We are pleased to continue our mission of investing in the next generation of the workforce by welcoming 32 student interns to our second virtual internship program.

Jul

20

Voices on Value: UCB’s Commitment to Transforming Access Through Value-Based Contracts

As our health care system shifts from volume- to value-based reimbursement, industry participation in value-based contracts (VBCs) is helping drive this transformation. Read more from Head of Rare Disease Access Strategy, Kelly Guntrum, on how UCB is transforming access through value-based contracts.

Jun

28

Committed to Advancing Science and Delivering Value for Patients

With more than 90 years of innovation, at UCB, we come together every day to work, laser-focused, on a simple question: How will this create value for people living with severe diseases? Learn more about who we are at UCB.

Jun

03

Elevating the Voice of People with MG

This month in honor of Myasthenia Gravis (MG) Awareness Month, we have an opportunity to elevate the voices and needs of people with MG who remind us each day that our collective efforts can directly impact the everyday lives of MG patients – especially during times when immunocompromised individuals can face even more challenges than usual.

Jun

01

UCB+ as an Advocate for All

While many have felt the impact of the current environment, the members of UCB+, our employee resource group for the LGBTQ+ community and allies in UCB, recognize this time as an opportunity to lead. In commemoration of the 50th Atlanta Pride celebration, we’re pleased to share a little more about UCB+. 

May

25

UCB Statement on Non-Radiographic Axial Spondyloarthritis ICD-10 Sub-Category Update

Today, UCB issued the following statement from Jeffrey Stark, M.D., Head of U.S. Medical Immunology, on the recent update by the ICD-10 Coordination and Maintenance Committee to endorse the creation of a new sub-category (M45.A) for non-radiographic axial spondyloarthritis (nr-axSpA). 

May

20

Improving Representation in Clinical Trials

The journey of developing inclusive and innovative solutions to our clinical trials approach began several years ago at UCB, and we continue to progress towards this goal every day, laser-focused on improving representation in clinical studies. This Clinical Trials Day, we’re highlighting the work UCB employees are doing to address health inequities in clinical trials through digital business transformation, and approaches like decentralized clinical trials, leveraging real-world evidence, and personalized tools to enhance the patient experience.    

May

17

Prioritizing Employee Mental Wellness in the Workplace and at Home with Action

As we each continue to adapt to the changes, challenges, and opportunities of the past year, we aim to foster a working environment where our employees are happy, healthy, and thriving. To do this, UCB prioritizes enabling the right conditions – in the workplace or at home – for our colleagues to be their best selves. This Mental Health Awareness Month, learn how we’re putting the mental wellness of our colleagues, their families, and patients at the center of our focus.

May

14

UCB Community Health Fund Announces Second Call for Projects Opening May 15 Focused on Mental Health of Young People

Our Community Health Fund launched a first call for projects last year to support vulnerable people impacted by the pandemic. Our second call will focus on organizations and projects which have a positive impact on the mental health of young people. Apply now to make a difference. 

May

13

Osteoporosis Awareness Month: Addressing Gaps in Care

Every three seconds a fragility fracture occurs. But when someone has a bone break it may not just be a part of getting older. Often, it is due to the underlying condition of osteoporosis. This Osteoporosis Awareness Month, learn how the UCB Bone Health Team works with healthcare partners, including hospitals, integrated delivery systems, and community partners, to create a better system for osteoporosis care driven by what patients want and need.