Business Research Database Blog Series: GlobalData Pharma

The Emory community has access to a wealth of business research databases. This series highlights many of these great resources, including content and the best applications for classes and career prep.

GlobalData: Pharma

What You Will Find

GlobaldData: Pharma is an excellent source of global market research and data, including market and competitive intelligence, strategic planning, deals/M&A, innovation and R&D, marketing, and more. Coverage includes: 1) sales data for pipeline and marketed drugs, including analyst sales consensus and forecasts; 2) Regulatory Milestones Tracker for drug expires and review designations; 3) trials; 4) clinical investigators; 5) in-depth disease analysis and forecasts for 120+ disease markets; and 6) analysis of disease populations, annualized forecasts of incidence and/or prevalent cases.

Use for Class Projects

Whether you need information about pharmaceuticals for various diseases and disorders (including cardiovascular, genetic disorders, hormonal disorders, infectious disease, nutrional disorders, toxicology, men/women’s health, and more) or if you want to know more about broader pharma themes (such as addiction, digital therapeutics, immuno-oncology, nanomedicine, rare disease, smart pharma, and more), GlobalData: Pharma will be a great place to search. Use the insights you learn to build strong recommendations for class projects and to contextualize your understanding of the broader pharma space.

Use for Interview Prep

Preparing for an interview in the pharma industry? Use GlobalData: Pharma to research global companies, advisors & investors, tech leaders & disruptors, and more. You can also use GlobalData: Pharma insights to broaden your understanding of industry trends, key players, and news tied to the pharma industry.

Additional Business Resources

You can also use the Business Research Guide to locate additional business resources, locate tips for how to use them, and understand which are best for your specific research needs.

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