Braeburn Pharmaceuticals creates 52 jobs for manufacturing facility expansion

RALEIGH, N.C. — Braeburn Pharmaceuticals will establish a manufacturing and research facility in Durham County where it will create 52 new jobs during the coming five years. The company plans to invest $19.9 million in the site over that time.

“Braeburn Pharmaceuticals joins a long list of life sciences companies that have made North Carolina the nation’s No. 1 state for bio-manufacturing jobs,” said Gov. Pat McCrory. “This company and the pioneering work it plans to do here will make a difference in the lives of patients and families around the world while also adding value to the economy and community of the Research Triangle.”

Braeburn Pharmaceuticals, an Apple Tree Partners company, is a pill-free pharmaceutical company delivering precision medicine in neuroscience. Braeburn’s vision is to provide long-acting therapeutic treatment options that can be essential to improving patient outcomes and facilitating recovery for people with conditions that are often complicated by stigma and those that also present significant public health challenges.

Visit the company’s Careers page here.

Source: North Carolina Department of Commerce

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