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Kathy Archibald

Kathy studied Genetics at the University of Nottingham, graduating with BSc (Hons) 2:1. She worked in drug development for pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies (Searle, MediSense), followed by work as a field teacher for conservation charity, the RSPB and children’s charity Action for Children.

In 2004, she founded Safer Medicines Campaign (and Safer Medicines Trust in 2005), to confront the unspoken problem in pharmaceutical research of the poor relevance of much research (based on animals) to human medicine. Safer Medicines exists to improve the safety of medicines for patients, through an increased focus on human biology throughout the drug development process.
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