Professor Gino Martini, Chair in Pharmaceutical Innovation, Department of Pharmacy & Forensic Science, King's College London.
With great sadness we learned of the passing of Peter Hylands, formerly head of the Institute of Pharmaceutical Science (IPS) at King’s College London (KCL). Peter was an internationalist and pioneer in the field of natural product chemistry: one of the first to recognise the importance of nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy to the structural elucidation of natural products. He was a leader in the application of proteomics and metabolomics for quality assurance of medicines derived
The co-chief operating officer of Walgreens Boots Alliance discusses her humble beginnings in community pharmacy and how she transformed her pharmaceutical distribution company into a global organisation employing more than 400,000 people.
Pharmacist and chair of the board of directors for Novartis, Joerg Reinhardt, sits down with the Royal Pharmaceutical Society’s chief scientist, Gino Martini, to discuss his career success to date, the challenges facing the pharmaceutical industry and his future vision for Novartis.
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Patients require different combinations of drugs at different doses. Gino Martini explains how ‘polypills’ may enable patients to take one tablet containing the medicines and doses appropriate for them.