As co-founder, chairman & chief executive of Ocugen, Shankar Musunuri, is looking to bring eye disease products to the patients that big pharma’s drugs have left out. The Malvern, Penn.-based company has four compounds in its pipeline at various stages of development. It’s most advanced candidate, OCU300, is gearing up for Phase III trials in 2018. It’s second candidate, OCU310, combines brimonidine, a drug usually designed for patients with glaucoma, and a steroid. With some of Ocugen’s products, like it’s OCU100 compound designed to delay the progression of retinitis pigmentosa, there is no other drug currently on the market – so there’s no immediate competition. “The goal is to get something to the market to help patients as soon as possible because they don’t have anything today,”