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Jon Arch

Location: Milton Keynes, United Kingdom
Industry: Research
Current: Deputy Director of Metabolic Research at University of Buckingham
Past: Director Vascular Biology at GSK Director at GlaxoSmithKline Director Vascular Biology at SmithKline Beecham Director, Vascular Biology at SB (Senior) Biologist; Project manager at Beecham see less... 2 more...
Education: University of Oxford

Jon Arch

Location: Birmingham, United Kingdom
Industry: Marketing and Advertising
Current: Production & Marketing at Dominion Owner at 71CPD - an independent creative design, marketing and procurement company
Education: Correspondence

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"...a highly entertaining lecture delivered with the ebullient style that is the trade-mark of our Vice-Chancellor" Jon Arch

Worcester Crusaders Reunion

Ask Jon. Arch not signed in: 47: Sylvia (née Fletcher) (and Peter Coward) Y: Y: Y: 1: Sylvia: 48: Hilary (née Fisher) and David Crellin: Y: Y: Y: 2: 49: Rosemary (née Fisher)and Alan Dunn

Sign in to read: Hot fat - 04 November 2009 - New Scientist

04 November 2009 by Jon Arch, Buckingham, UK Magazine issue 2733. Subscribe and save; For similar stories, visit the ...

Metabolic Diseases - SMi Group - Event Details…

Professor Jon Arch, Professional Research Fellow and Deputy Director, Metabolic Research, University of Buckingham and former Director, Drug Discovery, GlaxoSmithKline

Obesity - At what cost?

Acknowledgement: this article is based on an interview with Jon Arch, professor of metabolic research at Buckingham University. InfoChem Archive

Obesity Drug Development World 2007

Jon Arch was formerly a director in a drug discovery department of SmithKline Beecham (now GlaxoSmithKline) and he retains many contacts with the pharmaceutical industry.


JON ARCH GIVES INAUGURAL LECTURE Professor Jon Arch Professor Jon Arch, Deputy Director of Metabolic Research and Professorial Research ...

Clore Laboratory News: Jon Arch comment published on leptin paper

15 February 2007 – Jon Arch comment on leptin paper published in Diabetologia. A letter from Jon Arch has been published in Diabetologia commenting on a paper in the same journal ...

AlumNet: AlumNet

... given to me by my supervisors, Dr Kenneth Langland and Dr Claire Stocker, and also the encouragement by the Clore directors, Professors Mike Cawthorne and Jon Arch.

Clore Laboratory News: 11bHSD-1 inhibitors and insulin ...

12 September 2005 Jon Arch presents work on 11-hydroxysteroid dehydrogenase inhibitor at EASD meeting Jon Arch, Deputy Director of Metabolic Research, Clore ...

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I am looking at having the Eibach kit fitted on my YRV turbo at the Daihatsu Delaership. Questions to those who've had it fitted: Was it worth it? and does it make any ...

Clore Laboratory: Diabetes, Obesity and Metabolic Research

The Clore Laboratory is led by Professors Mike Cawthorne and Jon Arch, researchers with a track record in drug discovery, including 3-adrenoceptor agonists and the ...

Increasing the Impact of European Obesity Research: preparing for ...

Scientific Steering Committee Jon Arch, Arne Astrup, Berthold Koletzko, Dominique Langin & Wim Saris Local Organising Committee (Rowett Research Institute) Julian Mercer, Peter Morgan ...


Jon Arch, Dominion Funds. Bags have arrived and they look spot on. Pantone match is great and really ...

Preface to Interim Report

And by phone link; Wim Saris (WS), Arne Astrup (AA), Dominique Langin (DL), Berthold Koletzko (BK) & Jon Arch (JA) Scientific Steering Committee (SSC)

Metabolic Diseases - SMi Group - Event Details - Programme

Novel approaches that target fat metabolism may offer most metabolic benefit. Jon Arch, Professorial Research Fellow & Deputy Director, Metabolic Research, University of ...

Sign in to read: Diet and delusion - 09 February 2008 - New Scientist

Diet and delusion 09 February 2008 by Jon Arch, Buckingham, UK Magazine issue 2642. Subscribe and save