Meagan Parrish
Editor

Meagan Parrish kicked off her career at Advantage Business Media as Chem.Info's intrepid editor in December 2014. In October 2017 she also became editor of Pharmaceutical Processing, a sister site of Chem.Info. Prior to these roles, she spent 12 years working in the journalism biz, including a four-and-a-half year stint as the managing editor of BRAVA, a regional magazine based in Madison, Wis. Meagan graduated from UW-Madison with a degree in international relations and spent a year working toward a master's in international public policy. She has a strong interest in all things global—including energy, economics, politics, and history. As a news junkie, she thinks it's an exciting time to be working in the world of manufacturing.

That extra bit of every eye drop that always rolls down a patient’s cheek says a lot about the problem of waste in the pharmaceutical industry.
10.19.2017
9:02am
An experimental new treatment for patients with persistent lung cancer has been shown to be effective in a recent proof-of-concept study.
10.17.2017
3:44pm
The U.K.’s exit from the European Union is throwing trade agreements up in the air.
10.17.2017
9:53am
For the last few years, Michael Laufer, a so-called “biohacker,” has been on a mission to tackle the high cost of pharmaceuticals.
10.13.2017
8:58am
A study by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has backed up Aerie Pharmaceutical’s evidence that its experimental drug is effective in treating glaucoma.
10.11.2017
3:52pm
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Eli Lilly reported disappointing results from a late-stage test of one of its cancer drugs.
10.10.2017
3:37pm
A group of Japanese scientists are hoping to help drive down the cost of an expensive cancer drug by growing an active ingredient in chicken eggs.
10.10.2017
9:08am
The U.S. Food And Drug Administration is keeping its promise to support competition for generic complex drugs.
10.9.2017
8:38am
As Puerto Rico continues to grapple with the aftermath of Hurricane Maria, ongoing flooding, damaged roads and a lack of power could deepen the current drug...
10.5.2017
3:55pm
Analyzing energy usage, labor, and materials can help your company find new ways to cut costs. This is a revised version, with corrections, of a story that ran...
3.29.2017
9:37am
“The industry got Congress to put pressure on the CDC over their prescribing guidelines. That was just a farce,” said a former top Drug Enforcement Agency...
11.2.2016
8:30am
Scientists around the world are scouring high, low, and everywhere in between for microbes that might deliver the next great breakthrough.
8.3.2016
11:41am
A powerful drug has been found by police in Canada and is raising concerns that a deadly new trend is emerging in North America’s drug scene.
4.29.2016
9:26am
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The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) signaled that it could reclassify marijuana from a Schedule I to a Schedule II drug.
4.13.2016
8:30am
The first-ever pharmaceutical solution for acute pedophilia.
4.8.2016
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