How AbbVie researchers toppled widely held scientific beliefs to create new possibilities for patients.
Explore the impact of living with cervical dystonia.
Leveraging years of research and development in psychiatry, AbbVie scientists are committed to going beyond ‘good enough’ to make a difference.
See how scientists have nearly doubled some survival rates, and why we’re not done yet.
Explore how AMPATH and the AbbVie Foundation are empowering expectant mothers in Kenya
In oncology, immunology, virology and beyond, researchers strive to turn science into breakthrough medicines. See how in AbbVie’s Discovery Files series.
How AbbVie is working to elevate the standards of care for patients with autoimmune diseases
From studying medicine to leading teams building and launching AbbVie’s pipeline, see the path our R&D chief operating officer took to support patients all over the globe
In R&D, operations and beyond, employees do what’s good for patients, people and the planet
See the cumulative progress made by our six nonprofit partners driving health and education equity for Black and other marginalized groups
Two pediatric oncologists share their unique background and research approach at AbbVie to help find answers for the youngest patients.
With AbbVie’s $50 million donation, St. Jude opens a new home-like environment where patient families can relax, recover and connect
Not always, but here's how we can make progress to meet patients where they are.
As we recognize 10 years as a company, what makes working at AbbVie unique? Global employees weigh in.
See how AbbVie is creating a better workplace for people with migraine, the second-most disabling condition in the world.
In this episode, veteran chemist Andy Souers rewinds to the “eureka” moment behind a cancer discovery and the 20-year journey to becoming a medicine.
Here’s how we brought together two diverse businesses and groups of people to build a new, stronger company
Precision medicine explained: Breaking down how this unique approach and commitment could fundamentally change how we treat disease.
Built with AbbVie's $40 million donation, the new Neal Math and Science Academy now reflects the talent and potential of its students.
Patients of color can face challenges when seeking care for skin conditions. See how we’re partnering with the dermatology community to help drive change.
Explore what makes AbbVie a family-friendly workplace
Why we’re reimagining beauty standards in the aesthetics industry
Despite personal losses and global conflicts, this year’s working parents share why they’re dedicated to helping others.
Look at the science behind helping to prevent vision loss and impairment, a leading cause of disability that affects nearly 30% of the world’s population.
Our global head of regulatory affairs is on a quest to challenge the status quo and quickly bring therapies and solutions to people who need them.
See how Eyoel Tsegay's work can make a difference for patients
With creativity and resilience, 15,000 employees go the distance to serve.
Meet our chief ethics and compliance officer
What have we learned about degradomers?
See how the AbbVie-Calico Life Sciences collaboration turns the traditional partnership upside down to tackle age-related diseases.
Our 2022 priorities
From neuroscience to ophthalmology to bioengineering, see how our head of aesthetic science follows his passions to bring new opportunities to patients.
The ongoing search for an answer sparked this doctor’s decades-long career in neurodegenerative disease research.
In the birthplace of biotech, we’re continuing our investment in innovation.
With the most complete human genome sequenced yet, AbbVie’s Genomics Research Center aims to find out.
Meet our head of global medical affairs
How public-private partnerships are impacting global public health.
Get an inside look at our largest data initiative
Meet our head of discovery science
Partnership, action and progress in year 1 of our racial equity commitment
What are the policies that will sustain scientific innovation? Philip Schwab is looking for answers.
5 courageous voices on why investment in new medicines matters.
It is the key for sustainable growth.
Leaders of our Veterans employee resource group discuss the bonds of military service and all they bring to our workforce.
Meet our development sciences VP
3 ways we help people get their medicines
5 ways to be an ally for women in science
Meet a former chemist turned head of patient services
Discovering and developing new medicines is not easy. But it’s an aspiration that drives our science and is the foundation of this company.
Leaders of our Ability employee resource group share why they champion people with seen and unseen disabilities.
Our working parents share lessons they’re teaching their kids, from overcoming challenges like military deployment and medical battles to why raising a family should be fun.
Researchers continue to bring into focus the reasons why small cell lung cancer is tough to treat and what can be done about it.
Los profesionales latinx alzan la voz
Latinx professionals speak up
Explore the unique career path of Allergan Aesthetics' VP of global digital and consumer marketing
Carter has made it her mission to help women and underrepresented talent grow careers in STEM.
From cabs to counseling, see how innovative programs across the globe help address patient needs and ensure continuity of care.
Data convergence is anything but dull when you pair a veteran data scientist with a leader who connected human genome reading to clinical care.
From managing major construction projects to infusing big flavors, see how associate director Krystal Bruno takes on the day.
Views on how the pandemic has influenced the future of how we find and help people living with the disease.
Get to know our VP of quality assurance
One billion people impacted. Millions of workdays missed. Countless events skipped. The toll of migraine adds up. But so does progress in care.
A closer look at the life experiences & career journeys that have shaped AbbVie’s leaders – like our head of pharmacovigilance & patient safety.
Asian business professionals talk career growth, challenges and the battle against hate.
Could precision medicine help immunology patients the way it has helped cancer patients?
From volunteering at a mass vaccination site to sponsoring a senior clinic, AbbVie helps the most vulnerable get vaccinated.
A diagnosis at 13 years old, Marisa Troy’s life and her aspirations were greatly impacted by her IBD.
Employees around the globe share the pride, challenges and powerful opportunity of being a Black business professional.
AbbVie’s Chief Equity Officer, Rae Livingston, reflects on leading with an open heart and mind.
Deep in the pandemic, community-based organizations share how they help vulnerable populations.
Meet the team whose job is to solve problems before they exist
Prompt action is key to combat post-stroke spasticity. Researchers are trying to raise visibility of the condition to help people recognize it early.
One person with psoriasis shares her journey — from childhood to working parent — and how her struggles with the disease have empowered her.
Helping patients get to a doctor sooner.
One patient faces the progression of Alzheimer’s disease through family, positivity and supporting research.
Up close and personal with our extraordinary moms and dads of the year.
Science is working to uncover the roots of this serious inflammatory disease.
How the women of AbbVie empower one another to speak up, take action and leave their mark.
After a long journey to diagnosis, one patient finds strength in advocating for herself and others.
At the first sign of the pandemic, AbbVie began evaluating ways to help, including accelerating discovery efforts and external collaborations.
An AbbVie researcher shares how her own struggles with uterine fibroids influenced her perspective as a doctor and scientist.
Assembling the pieces of a blockbuster corporate culture.
How AbbVie takes PRIDE in embracing its LGBTQ+ community.
A global challenge proves that great ideas come from all corners of a company.
Creative problem solving and data-driven science helps researchers illuminate a smarter path toward compounds that may address unmet patient needs.
An invisible illness, Crohn’s disease impacts the patient and those closest to them. One patient shares how the love of her life helps her thrive every day.
Facing unprecedented challenges, AbbVie’s resilience makes the difference in helping patients get the medicines they need.
From administering vaccines in war zones to leading the FDA’s drug safety group, our patient safety leaders draw on their experiences to bring a focus on public health.
Why science is a team sport and failure isn’t all bad, says AbbVie’s new Chief Scientific Officer.
A cancer diagnosis can upend families’ budgets. Nonprofit Family Reach brings financial relief, and now they’re expanding to help even more families.
Why is it important for people to see a rheumatologist sooner rather than later?
A former inmate returns to the prisons of Portugal to help those on the inside focus on hepatitis C care.
An AbbVie leader in patient-centered research helps us to hear and consider the patient voice.
What's the impact from cleaner, faster chemical reactions?
Communities In Schools helped a boy living without electricity grow into a man with a master’s degree. Now he’s paying it forward.
Although randomization may always be the gold standard, Big Data is breathing new life into clinical trial design.
Whether a molecule acts like a “lobster” or “crayfish” may predict its ability to one day become a medicine.
Discovering a new medicine isn’t easy. When robots couldn’t help, three scientists found a way.
Learn how we're partnering to enhance resiliency and access to health care
Understand the future of packaging and how it’s evolving to be more about the patient.
How do new medicines originate? Meet the team behind early development of AbbVie’s immunology treatments.
A genetic pioneer reveals what he learned from mapping his own genome.
Can you quantify the value of moments that matter? How patient experiences change the equation.
Bruton’s tyrosine kinase helps immune function, but its malfunction may lead to cancer and autoimmune diseases. Scientists are researching new approaches in both areas.
The virus that brims with unanswered questions never stopped researchers from solving a few of its mysteries over the last 25 years.
Medical records and insurance claims data help companies, regulators, payers and physicians better understand how medicines perform in the real world.