The ABPI sponsors the Andrew Blake Tribute Award, which recognises the significant contributions of animal technologists to improving laboratory animal welfare. This year we congratulate Stephen Woodley and Stuart Newman for winning the 2019 Award.
The ABPI and Health Innovation Manchester were shortlisted for ‘Best Pharmaceutical Partnership’ in the HSJ partnership awards last night. Partnership working with the NHS is the way forward, says ABPI Chief Executive Mike Thompson.
As ABPI Scotland hosts our inaugural Global Showcase, ABPI Scotland Director, Alison Culpan, writes about how this event can help connect industry with Scottish innovation.
As we celebrate International Women’s Day today, it’s never been more important to encourage women into STEM, particularly in Wales.
In National Careers Week, Charlotte Hardy, medicinal chemist from GSK gives her perspective on what it’s like to work in the pharmaceutical sector
Rare Disease Day is an important annual reminder of the work carried out, all year round, by advocates across the UK to improve awareness of rare diseases and the challenges of living with them.
Today is Rare Disease Day, when we shine a light on the importance of getting the right treatments for people with rare conditions.
The Topol review of digital training needs for the NHS is published today. It says that cross-sector collaboration is vital - Andrew Croydon, Director of Skills and Education policy at the ABPI, agrees.
Preventing infections will help us get antimicrobial resistance (AMR) under control, according to a new plan from the UK Government.
When a medicine comes onto the market, we know a lot about both its clinical benefits and adverse effects. However, although our knowledge of a medicine is extensive when it is marketed, it is not complete.
The UK’s Chief Medical Officer, Professor Dame Sally Davies will give our Annual Lecture on the question ‘Can we make life expectancy a healthy 100 years?’ to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the ABPI. Our chief scientific officer Carole Longson looks.