Commercial Biotechnology Business Development Professional with over 15 years’ experience in Sales, Marketing, Business Development and R&D across several Life Science sectors.
Business Development & Portfolio Planning Professional
An experienced Business Development, Licensing and Portfolio Planning Professional, currently Head of Department, with a strong mix of scientific, strategic planning and marketing expertise.
An applied statistician with a strong scientific and technical background and extensive experience of manufacturing and R&D
Business Operations Manager
Business Operations Manager with a mix of Engineering, Pharmaceutical and Medicinal Chemistry degrees and 12 years’ in-depth industry experience.
Professor Department of Molecular and Applied Biology
PhD BEng(hons) BA CEng FIMechE FRSB, based in Kent, currently a professor of Molecular and Applied Biology
Clinical Contracts Manager
Clinical Contracts Manager with Masters Degree in Intellectual Property
Microbiologist (Ref: 132215)
Microbiologist, PhD Molecular Microbiology, with 6 years post-doc experience working within the Biotechnology industry. Primary focus, Virology.
Biomedical Scientist (Ref: 132218)
Biomedical Scientist, State Registered, FIBMS with speciality in Haematology and Blood Transfusion. 5 years experience, post Fellowship, in routine Haematology laboratory of a major Regional Hospital ...
Molecular Biologist (Ref: 132221)
Molecular Biologist, PhD in Cell and Molecular Biology with 3 years Post Doc experience in Academia and a further 3 years within the Pharmaceutical industry. Primary focus Genetics and Genomics.
If you’re a UK resident, you’ve probably been sadly disappointed with the number of so-called Summer days which are conducive to getting out the BBQ. But, whilst reflecting on some happy grilling times gone by, it might be appropriate to consider some disturbing information regarding health concerns related to this outdoor craving and possibly adjusting your BBQ techniques for 2016 and beyond.
And so, after many decades of implicating fast-foods as the root cause, directly or indirectly, of a multitude of ills, there’s a possible new set of ailments to be added to the burgeoning list . . . .
Members of the public can be wholly exonerated and justifiably considered to be free from any blame for professing to be totally confused with the regular and apparently conflicting advice from professional medical and scientific sources on optimising our health – in particular, our diets and the self-administration of (considered-to-be) healthcare supplements.
Few of us – particularly the male contingent, can honestly say that they have failed to notice the near epidemic of women – and girls, supporting perfectly manicured and attractive nails with infinite colours and designs.
It’s now some 8 years since electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes) emerged in the UK. Most of us were fascinated, some were concerned, many, however, desperately hoped this would, at last, be a possible solution to their smoking habits.
Mushrooms – or to be precise, magic mushrooms, are receiving heightened interest in pharmaceutical circles, essentially as a consequence of the media stimulation from former British government drugs advisor Prof David Nutt, Imperial College, London.
On the 1st April 2013, the Government organisation, formerly known as the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence, formally changed its name to the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence to reflect new and additional responsibilities to develop guidance and set quality standards for social care.