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Evolution in Biologics at Janssen seminar

2 Feb 2017

The UCC Biochemistry and Biotechnology Society hosted a seminar “Evolution in Biologics at Janssen” on Wednesday, 1st February. 

Gary Grant, Janssen Biologics (Ireland).

Mr Gary Grant, Janssen Biologics (Ireland).

 

The speaker, Mr Gary Grant delivered an excellent and information presentation, which focused on the development and evolution of the biologics pipeline at Janssen. Mr Gary Grant has an honours degree in Biochemistry and Master's in Neuropharmacology. Following his master's, Gary worked on toxicology clinical studies in Jackson, Mississippi, USA for several years. In 2011 he joined Janssen and now works as a stability lead with the company.

The seminar was chaired by Dr Kellie Dean.

The Biochemistry and Biotechnology Society would like to thank Mr Gary Grant for his excellent presentation and for spending time with the attendees after the presentation and providing them with excellent advice. The society would also like to thank Dr Kellie Dean for her role in organising and chairing this event.

Gary Grant, Janssen (centre) and members of the UCC Biochemistry and Biotechnology Society (L to R) Ellen O’Rourke, Neasa Murphy, Aisling Flynn and Elaine O’Brien.

Gary Grant, Janssen (centre) and members of the UCC Biochemistry and Biotechnology Society (L to R) Ellen O’Rourke, Neasa Murphy, Aisling Flood and Elaine O’Brien.

 

Dr Selina Shuet Yin Lam; Gary Grant, Janssen and Dr Arthur Coakley

Dr Selina Shuet Yin Lam, PhD Biochemistry, UCC; Gary Grant, Janssen Biologics, Ireland and Dr Arthur Coakley, PhD Biochemistry, UCC.

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