Ipsen – improving patient health outcomes


As a mid-sized global biopharmaceutical company, Ipsen improves people’s lives through research, innovation and the development of transformative medicines in Oncology, Rare Disease and Neuroscience.



Improving people’s lives and health outcomes by focusing on areas of high unmet medical need, we are accelerating our momentum and rapidly boosting our pipeline to bring the full potential of our innovative medicines to the communities we serve.

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Our strategy has been instrumental in making us a leader in our field. Our global presence, resources, expertise and strong track record commercializing our medicines are resulting in a real impact for people living with high unmet medical needs. We’re leveraging the full force of Ipsen’s infrastructure, innovation and passion to develop new therapies and valuable collaborations.

David Loew




Putting people before patients

We make the biggest impact when we listen to, learn from and work with the individuals, their families and caregivers to really understand the realities of their conditions and experiences.



Shaping a more sustainable future

Ipsen is dedicated to safeguarding and preserving our planet. The Generation Ipsen ESG responsibility strategy lays out ambitious goals for the company in each of four pillars: Environment, Patients, People and Governance.

Careers at Ipsen

Ipsen offers a multitude of exciting opportunities for talented and motivated people in careers ranging from medial and clinical research to sales, marketing, finance, IT, HR and legal services. We are committed to providing our employees with a workplace that is welcoming, challenging and inclusive.

Top Ipsen stories

03 June 2024 3 mins read

Better, Bolder Science: Across the bench collaboration in epigenetics

Dr. Lindsey Rodrigues, a biomedical engineer and cancer biologist by training, and Lindsey Eichinger, who has a background in veterinary sciences and cell biology, are two scientists at Ipsen leading the exploration of epigenetics – a new frontier for cancer research and the future of cancer.

10 May 2024 3 mins read

Seven Years Out: The road to recovery from a stroke-like episode

Randy loves to read, enjoy the outdoors, and spend time with his family. He enjoys going to the gym and took up aquatic therapy to exercise and make new friends. He’s come a long way since he experienced a car…

26 April 2024 3 mins read

Measuring pancreatic cancer care in moments

Nearly 25 years ago, the five-year survival rate for pancreatic cancer was just 5 percent, making it one of the most difficult cancers to treat with the poorest prognosis.

15 April 2024 3 mins read

Mighty bonds: Leaning on others living with FOP

Carli and Erin, cross-country best friends, discuss how they’ve realized the importance of a strong support network of immediate family and friends, along with people who have a shared experience of living with FOP. Their connections have been key to…

12 March 2024 3 mins read

Want better care? Show up like a boss.

Liz Kalina, Vice President of North America Corporate Affairs and Patient Services at Ipsen reflects on an Ipsen-sponsored panel at SXSW® focused on the power in speaking up for yourself and Becoming the CEO of Your Health.

29 February 2024 4 mins read

Shared decision-making: A true patient-centric approach to care

Monia Vial, Senior Vice President, Franchise Head, Rare Disease Business Unit at Ipsen reflects on a conversation with Courageous Parents Network to educate Ipsen colleagues about shared decision-making and potential positive impacts when we better understand how patients, their care…

12 February 2024 4 mins read

Advocating for Yourself: L. Marie’s Experience with PBC

L. Marie started her career more than 20 years ago helping others access community health programs and healthcare—a skillset she never imagined would eventually be put to use advocating for her own health after being dismissed by her doctors.  

31 January 2024 4 mins read

Closing Gaps in Cancer Care – Together

Dr. Mónica de Abadal, Head of Medical Affairs, North America at Ipsen shares why she believes it takes everyone in the healthcare ecosystem coming together to close existing gaps and address health inequities in cancer care. 

14 December 2023 4 mins read

Music and Medicine: Understanding the role of epigenetics in cancer research

Dr. Amauri Soares, VP Head of Early Development & Innovation Oncology at Ipsen usesmusic to explain the importance of understanding the genetics of cancer and how the emerging field ofepigenetics could unlock a new paradigm for precision medicine.

07 December 2023 2 mins read

Living Every Moment: Debbie’s Experience with Follicular Lymphoma

Debbie has been living with a blood cancer, follicular lymphoma (FL), since 2011 when she was initially diagnosed during her studies in England. While living with an indolent cancer has had its challenges and can be filled with uncertainty, Debbie…