Professor Luigi "Gino" Martini is Chief Scientific Officer for the Royal Pharmaceutical Society. He is a registered practising Industrial Pharmacist and Fellow of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society who divides his time between the pharmaceutical industry and King’s College London as a visiting professor in pharmaceutical innovation, after having held the chair in pharmaceutical innovation at King’s for five years. Prior to that he spent over 17 years at GlaxoSmithKline Pharmaceuticals, Roche Product Ltd. and Shire Pharmaceuticals working in a variety of commercial, innovative technology-based and medical affairs roles, directing groups in the US, Europe and Emerging Markets. Professor Martini has a MBA specialising in SME success and business failure awarded with distinction from the University of Liverpool. He is a past chair of the Industrial Pharmacists Group of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society and past president of the European Industrial Pharmacists Group. In 2016, Professor Martini was appointed a Fellow of the European Industrial Pharmacists Group.
With the development of vaccines for COVID-19 that require very low storage temperatures, cold chain management will be a vital part of any vaccine delivery system.  RPS Chief Scientist Professor Gino Martini speaks to cold chain experts Michael Hobby and David Davies, both from Checkit, to discover what cold chain management is, how it works and how it can help maximise vaccine stocks.
RPS Chief Scientist Professor Gino Martini speaks to Dr Clive Dix, Deputy Chair of the UK's Vaccine Taskforce. They look at the UK's plans for developing a COVID-19 vaccine: the different options and likelihood of success, as well as the difficulties in storing and distributing the vaccines.
RPS Chief Scientist Professor Gino Martini speaks to Dr Clive Dix, Deputy Chair of the UK's Vaccine Taskforce. They look at the UK's plans for developing a COVID-19 vaccine: the different options and likelihood of success, as well as the difficulties in storing and distributing the vaccines.
Gino and Sarah continue their chat with Oksana Pyzik, UCL Lead of Global Citizenship Programme on Outbreaks of Infectious Diseases. Oksana is one of the creators of Fight the Fakes, a campaign to raise awareness about the dangers of fake medicines, which is more important than ever while the COVID-19 pandemic continues.
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40
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1
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14 hours, 7 minutes
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