Malcolm Rhodes wins bioprocessing award

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  • Published: Oct 17, 2014
  • Author: Jon Evans
  • Channels: Laboratory Informatics / Proteomics & Genomics / Ion Chromatography / Sample Preparation / Electrophoresis / HPLC / Detectors / Gas Chromatography

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Malcolm Rhodes of the University of Manchester, UK, is the latest recipient of the annual Peter Dunhill Award for Outstanding Contribution to UK Bioprocessing. Rhodes will be formally presented with the award at the bioProcessUK conference, which is taking place in Liverpool on 25–26 November.

Beginning his career at Pfizer, Rhodes subsequently worked at several UK biotechnology companies, including Celltech, where he was Head of Process R&D. He is currently Biotechnology and Biological Science Research Council (BBSRC) industrial impact fellow at the University of Manchester, helping to build collaborations between industry and academia.

'Malcolm’s commitment, skill and passion for bioprocessing are widely recognised across the industry and we are delighted that this is being acknowledged with this prestigious award,' said Steve Bates, chief executive officer of the UK BioIndustry Association. 'Malcolm has been a significant catalyst in the industry over the past decades as well as mentoring and assisting numerous emerging companies and professionals.'


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