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INFO JUNKIE: Brett Lanier

By Staff Reports, posted Nov 18, 2022

Brett Lanier

President, Isosceles Pharmaceuticals


As the president of a pharmaceutical company with non-opioid, non-NSAID analgesics to treat acute pain, Lanier likes to keep up with the latest pharmaceutical and clinical trial news by visiting biospace.com.
 
“Technology, when it works properly, allows me to have freedom. I am on the move constantly, so I need to stay connected with the latest on my phone and with my health on my smartwatch,” he said.
 
Newspapers he regularly reads include Greater Wilmington Business Journal and Triangle Business Journal to keep track of local developments. For local news, Lanier watches WECT and WWAY.
 
The only magazine subscription he has is to National Geographic Kids. “I have two young boys that are very interested in science, and I am surprised by what they retain. Did you know the leatherback turtle can swim 22 mph?”
 
Websites he follows include Network for Entrepreneurs in Wilmington at newilm.com for the latest on founder Jim Roberts’ efforts to support local entrepreneurs.
 
Lanier recommends the miniseries Dopesick. “It has won a number of awards for conveying true stories of Americans’ struggle with the opioid crises.”
 
Favorite authors include Malcolm Gladwell and his book Outliers. “It focuses on how the combination of a person’s drive, motives and professional relationships can affect their opportunity for success.”
 
Find Lanier on LinkedIn @isosceles-pharmaceuticals
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