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Liz Covey-Crump

Business Partnerships Manager

I am a Business Partnerships Manager with the remit to establish and manage strategic alliances between academia and industry.

Before joining the University, I have worked most recently for the company Optibrium, who develop software for small molecule design, optimisation and analysis to guide decisions and improve efficiency in drug discovery. Prior to this I worked for 18 years for Lhasa Limited,  a not-for-profit organisation, who develop expert computer systems and facilitate data-sharing in the life science industries. In particular I focused on building strategic alliances, managing consortia and relationship management with regulatory organisations around the world. My degree and PhD are in the Biochemistry field.