PhUSE Technical Director

Position

Provides a high level oversight of all PhUSE technical products. This includes those tools that are purely administrative as well as those that are associated with external communication, be it to the membership or other external bodies. Click here for more details on the role.

Anup Patel

 

Anup was nominated to the position of Technical Director in 2014. 

Anup graduated with a degree in mathematics from De Montfort University in 1996 and has been working in the Pharmaceutical industry ever since. He joined GlaxoSmithKline in 2001, as a Programmer in the Statistics & Programming group and then moved into the Integrated System Support group, providing business support on analysis and reporting systems and was the Business System Owner of GSKs in-house global reporting system. Anup is currently a Director in the Clinical Programming department, responsible for all programming activities for the Respiratory therapy area.

Before becoming the Technical Director, Anup had been a member of the EU Conference Committee since 2006. Initially as a Stream Chair and then taking over the management of the Call for Papers system and creation of the conference agenda.

Contact Anup: anup.patel@phuse.eu

   


The Other PhUSE Board Members

Click on the links below to view the other PhUSE board members and their roles.

Operations Director
Adrienne Bonwick
Finance Director
John Hirst
Americas Director
Chris Hurley
FDA Liaison
Chris Decker
Technical Director
Anup Patel
Membership Director
Frank Senk
Special Projects Director
Beate Hientzsch
Global Events Director
Stephen Bamford
APAC Director 
Sarvesh Singh
Communications Director 
Sascha Ahrweiler
Strategy & Innovation Director
Yvonne Moores
EMEA Director
John Salter

 Working Groups Directors
Scott Bahlavooni and Chris Price


 
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