ACADIA Pharmaceuticals

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ACADIA Pharmaceuticals CEO and Director Uli Hacksell
Uli Hacksell
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    Acadia - pays ok, but will fire you.

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    Former Employee - Research Scientist in Malmö, Skåne (Sweden)
    Former Employee - Research Scientist in Malmö, Skåne (Sweden)

    I worked at ACADIA Pharmaceuticals


    Normally a good salary can be obtained. I feel that a good work-private time can be achieved. A fair ammount of freedom can at times be given.


    Everything is ruled by one director. Evebn if an attempt is beeing made to solve some difficult issues this attempt, and with it several years of research can be thrown away. Teh people in charge do not look upon the data in a scientific, neutral way. Instead they are bias and take into acount the data that supports their theory.
    The senior management tend to be a little bit too full of themselves.
    Getting fired.

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    A more modest aproach. Actually sselling or partnering project before moving them into phase 2. One person should not be in charge for the research.

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Headquarters San Diego, CA
Size 16 to 50 Employees
Founded Unknown
Type Company - Public (ACAD)
Industry Biotech & Pharmaceuticals
Revenue $1 to $5 million (USD) per year

ACADIA Pharmaceuticals develops small molecule drugs for the treatment of central nervous system disorders. The biopharmaceutical company's most advanced compound, pimavanserin, is in clinical trials as a treatment for Parkinson's disease psychosis, which occurs in up to 40% of Parkinson's patients. Two other clinical-stage candidates are being developed in collaboration with Allergan to treat patients with chronic pain (AGN-XX/YY) and glaucoma (AC-262271). A preclinical candidate, AM-831, a compound that holds the potential for a new class of antipsychotic drugs, is being... More

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