For Pharmas Courting PGx, Does Perception Mean Everything? | GenomeWeb

At A Glance

Name: Roy Bullingham

Age: 57

Title: Healthcare consultant for Sicetnon

Background: PhD in chemistry from the University of Cambridge, UK; and MD from the University of London at Guy’s King’s College Hospital and the Hammersmith Hospital. He was a vice president for clinical pharmacology at Pharmacia until the company was acquired by Pfizer in April. He was laid off from Pfizer in June.


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