Answered By: Poping Lin
Last Updated: Oct 27, 2022     Views: 304

Pharmaceuticals: Pipeline

where can I find pharmaceuticals pipeline data?


In addition to the following sources, we suggest that you also check company’s website for latest pipeline info.

You may begin with:

  • Bloomberg - It is Drug Profiles allows to screen by phase of development, indication, and geography. The Profiles cover detailed information such as alternative names, therapeutic uses, FDA actions and licensing changes, companies associated with development of the drug, etc. To begin a search, use the function BI PHRM DEX, select the Drug Profiles tab.  (in-library access)
  • Cortellis - Information on drug pipelines and global trials, drug sales, drug prices, pharma deals, companies, and patents. Our subscription includes the content of Cortellis Competitive Intelligence (base) and Cortellis Clinical Trials. Access is available to HBS AND HU students, staff, and faculty onsite at Baker Library (users must be logged in by Baker staff).

Additional resources:

  • FactSet  - Provides the pipeline info of individual pharmaceutical companies. Please notice the access policy on the webpage. Tip: may search by company name. 
  • - A service of the U.S. National Institutes of Health. Contains trials sponsored by the NIH, other federal agencies, and private industry. Studies listed in the database are conducted in 50 states and 157 countries.
  • EU Clinical Trials Register - Allows to search for information on clinical trials in EU member states and European Economic Area and clinical trials which are conducted outside the EU/EEA if they form part of a pediatric investigation plan. May use the Advanced search function for efficient searching.
  • International Clinical Trials Registry Platform (ICTRP) - Trial information from registries, e.g metaRegister of Controlled Trials, Chinese Clinical Trials Register, etc.