With innovations such as Artificial Intelligence, digital pharmaceuticals and telemedicine, as well as the introduction of emerging markets and consolidation of brands; pharmaceutical and life sciences firms need to prepare for continual transformation and competition.
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Paul is a core team member of the Pharmaceuticals and Life Sciences practice at Horton International
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Paul is a familiar face in the UK biotech arena. He has spent over thirty years in the pharmaceuticals and life sciences sector, working initially with Beecham Pharmaceuticals, before joining Genzyme Corporation, where he went on to head the Company’s UK operations. During his role as CEO of GeneMedix, Paul led the dual listed IPO in London and Singapore, and became exposed to the business environment in China and the Far East. In 1998, he entered the world of executive search by joining the healthcare specialists, Ruston Poole International.
He has worked extensively in the UK, USA, mainland Europe and Asia, with clients including major pharmaceutical companies, international generics companies, medical device organisations and early stage biotechnology companies. He has helped organisations to fill roles including Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and non-executive Directors, as well as senior Manufacturing, Operations, Commercial and R&D positions.
Paul studied Chemistry at the University of Surrey. He has been the Chairman of the UK BioIndustry Association’s Manufacturing Advisory Committee, where he championed the need to build a sustainable biomanufacturing infrastructure in the UK. In 1997 Paul received an MBE for services to biotechnology, and in 1999 was the recipient of the IChemE Donald Medal, awarded for service to the biochemical engineering sector.
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