Clay B. Siegall, Ph. D. is a member of Seattle Genetics board. He has been in that position from January 2014. At Seattle Genetics, he is the president and CEO also a chairman of the company’s board. The company is a biotechnology giant that was co-founded by Clay Siegall. It was created in 1997 and before its creation; he worked at the Bristol-Myers Squibb Pharmaceutical Research Institute. He was at the firm for six years and also gave his services to companies like National Cancer Institute, for three years he was at National Institute of Health.
Clay is the director of Alder BioPharmaceuticals that is a biotechnology company. He was a director at Mirna Therapeutics in 2013 to 2016. He went to the University of Maryland and got his B.S. in Zoology, his Ph. D is from George Washington University. The expertise that he has in the health life sciences is crucial in the establishment of Seattle Genetics. He is sufficiently skilled with strategic leadership that heads the company.
Clay Siegall is interactive having a blogging website in which he writes about the current trends and news making headlines in the global scene. He writes articles that cover general topics like; ‘Why Republican Mayor In Indiana Isn’t Cheering On Climate Agreement Withdrawal.’, ‘ CEO Of Electric Power Giant Criticizes Trump Decision to Withdraw From Paris Climate Agreement.’ And ‘Why Recycling Options Lead People To Waste More.’ He has written recently about studies that have been carried out and what the results from them mean. They are helpful, and people can see the views of different leaders on particular sensitive topics.
He has come up with several drugs that have been FDA-approved antibody drugs while partnering with major companies like Bayer, Pfizer, and Genentech. Clay Siegall believes that research and new drugs can eliminate chemotherapies and use of the new drugs will cure cancer. The alternative drugs will target the dead, zombie and malignant cells that need to be removed. The healthy ones will not be harmed in any way. Clay has always been interested in health matters since he was young.