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Alex Shimmings

Executive Editor, Europe Commercial

London, UK
Alex has held a variety of editorial positions of increasing seniority on Scrip since joining the publication as a science reporter in 1998. Currently, she heads up the European editorial team coverage of commercial and R&D developments, while also writing news, analysis and features. Over the years, Alex has covered breakthroughs in R&D in a range of therapeutic areas, including infectious diseases, cardiology and cancer, and she enjoys interviewing key industry players and opinion leaders. Alex has a degree in Biochemistry and Microbiology from the University of Leeds and a keen interest in medical history.

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