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The editor is former head of clinical pathology at Wellcome Research Laboratories in England.
Nobel medical laureate Sir John Vane, also director of group research and development at the Wellcome Research Laboratories, also attended King Edward's.
Wellcome Research Laboratories, a predecessor to Glaxo Wellcome, first developed atovaquone as an antimalarial agent in the 1980s.
Hitchings, her former co-worker at Burroughs Wellcome Research Laboratories in Research Triangle Park, N.
He held similar positions at IDEC Pharmaceuticals, Schering-Plough and Wellcome Research Laboratories.
David Barry, former President of The Wellcome Research Laboratories, is uniquely positioned to rapidly build a leading effort in these areas.
Scientists at the Wellcome Research Laboratories in Kent, England, cloned the gene for reverse transcriptase, the enzyme necessary for replication of the AIDS virus and the target for AZT.
From 1986 to 1994, he held various roles at Wellcome Research Laboratories, including Head of the Tumor Biology Program.