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Van Campen reviving UW's drug-development related education

Madison, Wis. -- It goes without saying: Life often doesn't turn out as planned. Lynn Van Campen, Ph.D., a prominent scientist, leader and manager in the pharmaceutical industry, really did intend to retire several years ago following a highly successful and fulfilling career. After nearly 30 years of experience in building and leading pharmaceutical development in companies both big and sm......

Full article >>> e to the end of Picnic Point early one evening at moonrise, knelt down on a boat cushion conveniently washed ashore and proposed to her. The two decided to marry, prompting her commitment to remain in Madison for a while.

Van Campen and Northrop recently celebrated their one-year wedding anniversary, and now, just to show that some stories do have a happy ending, she also got the job and ......

Full article >>> in honor of Lenor Zeeh (UW School of Pharmacy Class of 1936), a dedicated pharmacist and eventual vice president of the Rennebohm organization who served the pharmacy profession in the state of Wisconsin for the better part of five decades, the Rennebohm Foundation presented a generous gift. It granted the School of Pharmacy $1.5 million for the creation of the Zeeh Pharmaceutical Experiment Stat......

Full article >>> es," she acknowledges, "since it's an effective way to pursue additional education for those who are already working."

The idea is to educate those in the corporate world, from the young scientist to the experienced technical manager who work in or in conjunction with drug development, about the science of pharmaceutical drug development. A key component of the program would be a laborato......

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The station also provides laboratory services that help newly established pharmaceutical companies. "We always try to emphasize that our reason for being is to enhance the quality of opportunities for the translation of research on campus to drug products," says Zografi.

A key component to the interaction between the Station and its collaborators is the involvement......

Full article >>> e points out that it takes time to cultivate these relationships into station assignments, it hasn't been much of a struggle to get them established.

As for the reception to the station since Van Campen has taken the helm, she is pleased. "I feel that we've gotten tremendous support from the School of Pharmacy and WARF, and broad visibility through the Office of Corporate Relations. The p......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Nicole Resnick 09/01/05


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