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Pharmafile 11/11/2019 08:03
You studied biology at Liverpool John Moores University before heading straight to GSK in 1990 as a Sales Representative; was a career in pharma always the plan? No it wasn’t. I studied biology at John Moores, specialising in plant Pathology, so I was initially interested in horticulture. I’d grown up in a farming community, so I quickly worked out, after a placement year working for the Ministry of Agriculture, that the part I really loved was going out and engaging with the farmers, setting up trials in their fields, and working with the community.

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