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Juergen Krause

The current areas of research include industry sector and cluster research, market, regulatory and risk management research, drug reimbursement systems research, and health equity research.

Degrees: 

Degrees PhD degree in Biochemistry
Masters degree in Chemistry

Position: 
Associate Professor, Director of the Centre for Health and Biotechnology Management Research
Department: 
Business
Faculty: 
School of Business
Phone: 
(902) 620-5078
Research Interests: 
  • Cluster analysis and evaluation
  • Market research, regulatory, and risk management
  • Drug reimbursement systems
  • Health and drug policy research
  • HR and Labour Workforce Research
  • Collaborations and Alliance models; 
Citations: 

1. Casper S., Krause J., MacNevin A. "The Prince Edward Island Bioscience Cluster: Creating a Knowledge-Based Economy." Building the Case for Biotechnology: Management Case Studies in Science, Laws, Regulations, Politics, and Business. Logo Press. (2010)

2. Krause J. Balancing R&D and Commercialization Teams to Maximize Early Market Entry The Center for Business Intelligence’s Thirt Annual Forum on Early Stage Product Development and Commercialization Strategies for the Bio/Pharmaceutical Industry. February 2007. Presentation.

3. Krause J. Aligning R&D and Commercial to Increase Productivity. The Center for Business Intelligence’s Second Annual Forum on Early Stage Commercialization Strategies for the Bio/Pharmaceutical Industry. April 2006. Presentation.

4. Krause J. Optimizing Productivity in a Matrix Structure. Cambridge Healthtech Institute’s Third Annual Strategic Resource Management Conference on The Key to Increasing R&D Productivity. December 2005. Presentation.

5. Mueller T., Weisenberger H., Brickl R., Narjes H., Himmmelsbach F., Krause J. Profound and Sustained Inhibition of Platelet Aggregation by Fradafiban, a Nonpeptide Platelet Glycoprotein IIb/IIIa Antagonist, and Its Orally Active Prodrug, Lefradafiban, in Men. Circulation 96 (4) 1130-1138 (1997)
 

Current Collaborators (non-UPEI): 

Dr. Steven Casper, Keck Graduate Institute
Tufts Center for the Study of Drug Development
UBC Centre for Health Services and Policy Research