Listen to our PharmSci Today Podcast

Want to stay up to date with how COVID-19 is affecting pharmaceutical science? 

Listen to our PharmSci today podcast, hosted by RPS Chief Scientist Professor Gino Martini who takes you through the latest key issues with some of the biggest names in the industry.

In this week’s episode, Gino talks to Dave Tudor, Managing Director of Medicines Manufacturing Innovation Centre at Centre for Process Innovation, to discuss collaborative action from across pharmaceutical industry in their response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Gino has also featured on the Extra Time podcast this week with Dr Adam Hill, CEO of Oncimmune; you can listen to that here.

For more details about PharmSci Today Podcast, click here.


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