We are excited to announce that we are looking for a graduate microbiologist to join our growing team. This new role will build capacity in microbiology, one of our core activities. The successful candidate will be primarily laboratory based but will also take part in regular team meetings,
Development of a Pertinax spray for treating foot disease in cows: Liam Cundy to present at British Cattle Veterinary Association
We are proud to report that our iCASE PhD student Liam Cundy has been selected to give an oral presentation of his work at the annual meeting of the British Cattle Veterinary Association in October. Liam, a qualified vet, is working with Michele, Professor David Barrett of the Bristol Vet School,
A team of academics from Oxford Brookes’ Centre for Diversity Policy Research and Practice have conducted a study of representation of women in spin-outs, from founding, to board representation, CEO and other leadership positions, and other factors. Lead by Normal Jarboe OBE and Professor
To help drive expansion into new global markets, Pertinax Pharma has bolstered its commercial team with the appointment of Paul Williams as Business Development Manager. Currently undertaking his MBA Global at the University of Derby, Paul is an accomplished international sales professional who
The company is delighted to formally launch its Pertinax technology. Coverage of our launch can be found here, here and here. October 2017.
Pertinax Pharma were delighted to receive the Medilink South West Start-Up award at the Regional Finals in February. For more information, click here.
Pertinax Pharma become the first laboratory customers of new University Enterprise Zone, Future Space. Located in north Bristol on the UWE Campus, Future Space offers a vibrant and modern environment for small companies. Pertinax selected Future Space for their facilities, service and the
A new technology which could increase protection against antibacterial and antifungal infection for weeks, months or years has been developed by researchers at the University of Bristol. The technology is likely to have significant impact across a number of areas including dentistry, where one in