Pharma Analysis: The Next Generation
Sitting Down With... Jean-Luc Veuthey, Professor, School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, University of Geneva, Switzerland.
Jean-Luc Veuthey | | Interview
What does a typical day look like for you?
My working day is divided between administrative tasks, research activities (discussing ideas with my PhD students and colleagues, writing articles and so on) and teaching activities (preparing for and delivering lectures, marking essays, and so on). Of these activities, it is the interaction with students and colleagues that I find most motivating – it was teaching that I missed most when I spent a few years in industry. The best moments for me are the PhD defenses of my students – it’s wonderful to see their efforts come to fruition. Over the next few years I plan to expand on my work in education, by developing new teaching activities for the next generation of students, both here and in developing nations.
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About the Author
Jean-Luc Veuthey is a Professor in the School of Pharmaceutical Sciences at the University of Geneva, Switzerland.