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202019MAR

CMAC Future Manufacturing Research Hub Operations during COVID-19

In response to the Covid-19 outbreak and following advice from the WHO, the UK and Scottish Governments, the University of Strathclyde has taken the decision to restrict highly populated areas in the interest of student and staff safety.  Therefore CMAC has closed all laboratory and office areas.​

As we anticipated this would be a possible course of action, we have been able to minimize the disruption and impact to active projects.  Our staff will be working remotely, and you will be contacted by the project lead, project manager or business development manager to advise you on your specific project and the impact to project timelines.​

In planning for the potential impact of the evolving coronavirus situation, the safety, health and wellbeing of the staff and students is our priority.  Thank you for your understanding.​

We will be keeping our partners and collaborators updated via our website and social media channels (Twitter, LinkedIn & YouTube).


CMAC Team

info@cmac.ac.uk


202003FEB

New Industry Director joins CMAC

We are delighted to announce the appointment of Massimo Bresciani as CMAC’s new Industry Director from the 3rd February 2020. As Industry Director, Massimo will provide leadership to CMAC’s industry engagement, knowledge exchange and research translation activities for our industry and academic partners across major programs including the EPSRC Future Manufacturing Research Hub. Massimo has gathered a wealth of experience from his career, spanning many years in industry and most recently working in a senior role at the academic-industry interface. 

“I am delighted to welcome Massimo to join CMAC and look forward to working with him to deliver the next phase of our growth as a global research hub for advanced pharmaceutical manufacturing research and skills development.” said Alastair Florence, CMAC Director

Dr Jon-Paul Sherlock, CMAC Industry Board Chair said “The translation of the excellent research at CMAC into industrial impact is a priority for the Industry Board.  I look forward to working with Massimo, to build on what is already a strength for CMAC, to deliver new approaches that accelerate translation and maximise value for partners.”

Speaking about his appointment Massimo stated “It is an honour to be joining CMAC’s leadership team and offer my experience and drive to deliver the impact from its innovative and disruptive programmes.  I am really excited about this new opportunity to deliver value for our partners and look forward to taking up the role."

Please view full announment on University of Strathclyde website

Massimo Bresciani joins CMAC as Industry Director


201921OCT

MMIC to Develop Platform for Quicker Optimization of OSD Formulations

"MMIC to Develop Platform for Quicker Optimization of OSD Formulations"  21/10/2019, Contract Pharma. Link to article.

Partnership between CPI, University of Strathclyde, GSK and AstraZeneca to utilize continuous manufacturing process. MMIC Grand Challenge 1 underway with CMAC at University of Strathclyde.

201914OCT

GSK and AZ on continuous manufacturing platform ‘grand challenge’

GSK and AZ on continuous manufacturing platform ‘grand challenge’ 14-Oct-2019 By Vassia Barbain-pharmatechnologist.com. Link to article

A consortium between CPI and University of Strathclyde aims to create a direct compression platform for continuous manufacturing of oral solid dosage drugs.

201908AUG

ReMediES Legacy Training

CMAC was a partner in ReMediES. An output of the project is this training package now online. More>>>

201901AUG

Check out latest CMAC vancancies

Check our latest vacancies 

News

CMAC Future Manufacturing Research Hub Operations during COVID-19
In response to the Covid-19 outbreak and following advice from the WHO, the UK and Scottish Governments, the University of Strathclyde has taken the decision to restrict highly populated areas in the interest of student and staff safety. Therefore CMAC has closed all laboratory and office areas.​.... more

New Industry Director joins CMAC
We are delighted to announce the appointment of Massimo Bresciani as CMAC’s new Industry Director from the 3rd February 2020..... more