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National Maternity Hospital Fashion Show

Shorla Pharma, as a female-led pharmaceutical company were delighted to support the NMH Foundation recently at the 2018 fashion show, an extremely worthy cause in line with the company’s vision. The Women’s Cancer Fund develops true partnerships between patients and researchers empowering women affected by cancer by involving them at all stages of research and […]

Women mean business

Once again we were stateside where we got the opportunity to meet serial entrepreneur Cindy Eckert (formerly Whitehead). We have followed Cindy and her successes as a female founder of pharmaceutical companies and meeting her in person did not disappoint. The trip to the North Carolina Research Triangle facilitated by Ryan Combs was a resounding success for […]

Shorla Pharma at SelectUSA Investment Summit

Shorla Pharma were delighted be to part of the Irish delegation at this year’s SelectUSA investment summit held in Washington DC. A fantastic opportunity to engage with US state representatives and connect with other Irish companies who have lots of experience doing business in the US. Co-founder, Orlaith was delighted to take part in an […]

Shorla Pharma are now online!

We are delighted to announce the arrival of our brand new website. Designed by Irish branding and visual communications agency, Visible Inc, the Shorla Pharma website aims to convey our professionalism and enthusiasm in a smart, dynamic and professional manner. The primary objectives of the Shorla website’s development were focused on aesthetics, simplifying our content, and […]

Shorla Pharma – The journey so far……..

Incorporated January 2018, by co-founders Sharon and Orlaith (Shorla!), Shorla Pharma are developing an exciting and innovative product pipeline, bringing less toxic therapies to patients. As compassionate mothers, Sharon and Orlaith have a particular interest in developing drugs for female and paediatric indications. Shorla Pharma is a driven and compassionate company with the patients’ needs […]