At Harmony Biosciences, we share a singular purpose to address unmet medical needs by developing new medicines for people living with rare neurological diseases. We are led by exceptionally qualified and experienced professionals. Our teams are staffed with strategic thinkers at the top of their fields and driven by life science innovation – all of which translates into teamwork, scientific discourse, development of novel treatment options for people who need them most, and seamless commercial execution.
“Our culture is inclusive and collaborative and defined by our core values – keeping patients at the heart of all we do, acting with integrity and ethics, working with a one-team attitude, leading with the science as we identify clinical possibilities, and delivering excellence.”
Audrey Murphy, SPHR, Head of Human Resources
In 2023, Harmony Biosciences was certified as a Great Place to Work® for the fifth consecutive year. This accolade is based on ratings by our employees via an anonymous, independent survey and reflects our team’s commitment and passion for bringing hope to people living with rare neurological diseases. Harmony Biosciences was also recognized in 2022 as a “Best Workplace in BioPharma,” and in 2019 as a “Best Small and Medium Workplace” by Great Place to Work®.
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As part of the life sciences community, not only do we keep patients at the heart of all we do, we also keep people in need at the heart of all we do by committing time and resources to being of service to our broader communities.
We strive to support the community of Philadelphia, the location of our home office, as a member of Life Science Cares Philadelphia, a collective effort to assist the more than 375,000 city residents living below the poverty level. At our recent all-company meeting, we designated part of our time together to participate in a service activity that supported professional research training to students and teachers that bring core concepts in science education to life. We also hold an annual virtual food drive through community partner Philabundance and partner with Cradles to Crayons to provide needed winter items for local children.
Launched in 2019, the Patients at the Heart program has awarded numerous nonprofit organizations working to support and address the challenges of people living with sleep disorders and rare neurological diseases who experience excessive daytime sleepiness (EDS). In 2021, Harmony initiated the Progress at the Heart program funding innovative programs that address health disparities and inequities in rare neurological disease and sleep disorder communities.