ProF. Trevor Jones
Prof Jones is a Director of the Life Sciences investment company; Arix Bioscience plc ; the Oxford based Drug Discovery Company, e-Therapeutics plc and Respiratory Innovation Wales Ltd . He was formerly a Director of Allergan Inc. (USA) ,R&D Director of The Wellcome Foundation and Director General of the ABPI. Prof Jones is a visiting professor at The Institute of Pharmaceutical Science at King’s College, London and holds honorary degrees and Gold Medals from 6 universities. He was a founder member of the Medicines for Malaria Venture (MMV), a member of The UK Government Regulatory Agency …The Medicines Commission. … and for over a decade Chair of the Middle East and the Africa Heads of Regulatory Agency Conferences, advisor to the Cabinet Office on the Human Genome project, Chair of the UK Government Advisory Group on Genetics Research. He is currently a member of the Wales Government, Bevan Commission on Health, was a Commissioner at The World Health Organisation, WHO, has advised the Government of the Netherlands TiPharma Board on Life Science and was a member of the EU Commission IMI Scientific Advisory Board.
He was the first winner of the SCRIP Life Time Achievement award
Zoë Davenport has extensive experience in alumni relations having been Director of Fundraising at The School of Pharmacy, University of London UNTIL 2012 and before that, Head of Fundraising for The Evelina Children’s Hospital, Guy’s & St Thomas NHS Foundation Trust in London
Philip Harrison is a Square alumnus and has lived in Canada since 1976. He operated his own consultancy for over 20 years and in 2001 established a pharmaceutical company, Triton Pharma, which was acquired by Paladin Labs (now owned by Endo Pharma) in 2014. He subsequently started Searchlight Pharma in Montreal where he remains a shareholder.
He established the Square Alumni Foundation to support pharmacy education and by so doing, contribute to health care in developing countries
ABOUT THE FOUNDATION
The Square Alumni Foundation is a Registered UK Charity (registration number 1165101) and is independent of the UCL School of Pharmacy. As a registered charity, there are three trustees Zoë Zavenport, Prof. Trevor Jones CBE and Philip Harrison. The Foundation was established to enable alumni to channel their skills and experience to support pharmacy education in sub-Saharan Africa. (and thus contribute to improve health care delivery).