consult2deliver limited is a synergy between two disciplines, clinical and regulatory affairs. It follows the re-branding of GBPK Consulting Ltd to offer additional complementary services and a move to Biocity in Nottingham.
consult2deliver has been created by two pharmacists Graham Blakey and Janet Worrell. We know that successful development programmes deliver results based on robust clinical and regulatory strategies.
Janet is a pharmacist with a PhD in medicinal chemistry, alumni Manchester and Strathclyde respectively. She has worked in Regulatory Affairs supporting drug development from scientific advice through early phase development (clinical & technical) to final dossier submission, via a number of significant changes within the regulatory environment.
Through Janet’s professional career she has supported applications in the UK/Europe/ASEAN and USA markets, covering medical devices, pharmaceuticals (OTC & ethical) and food supplements on a number of well known brands.
Janet’s key skills are: regulatory strategies to support innovation; ranking ideas for product development; claims development; technical reviews and delivering the bigger picture in research, with the consumer always in mind. Janet is now utilising these skills working as a consultant for consult2deliver, based in Biocity.
At AstraZeneca he was a Principal Scientist in Experimental Medicine, where he was involved in the transition of several new chemical entities from discovery into humans. He is experienced in a number of PK methodologies and has used these across the drug development spectrum. Graham is an advocate of creative and efficient clinical study design and has applied these principles to many global drug development projects in several therapeutic areas. His skills have involved him in various patent cases where he has acted as an expert witness in several jurisdictions.
Graham has developed professional PK training courses for both experts and non-experts working in the pharmaceutical and bioscience sectors. Additionally, he has provided PK teaching on a number of undergraduate and postgraduate degree courses.
Graham is a pharmacist. He has an MSc in Clinical Pharmacology from the University of Glasgow and a PhD from the University of Manchester.