Ferguson Library will host an online talk with Clive A. Meanwell on Thursday, June 4 at 5:30 p.m. The talk is entitled Civility in American: Coronavirus and Other Pandemics and the Impact on Civility. Dr. Meanwell is the Executive Chairman of Population Health Partners, a global firm working on technology for heart disease, diabetes, depression, and lung diseases.
He has led the development of multiple first-in-class medicines. He worked for the NHS, then Roche in Switzerland and California, before starting The Medicines Company, which was sold to Novartis for $9.7 billion in 2020. In parallel, he has been Vice Chairman and Director of BB Biotech since 2003.
Dr. Meanwell trained in medicine and cancer care in Birmingham, where he undertook a fellowship at the Cancer Research Campaign Clinical Trials Unit. He holds MB ChB and MD cum laude degrees.
His appearance is part of a series on Civility in America sponsored by The Dilenschneider Group, Hearst Media Group in Connecticut and The Ferguson Library.
Registration is required. Meeting details will be provided to all registrants. Click here to register.