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Meet the panellists
Dr Amit Aggarwal, Executive Director for Medical Affairs at the ABPI
Amit Aggarwal has over 14 years experience in the pharmaceutical industry, most recently at LEO Pharma as Medical Director for the UK and Ireland. Prior to that he spent over a decade at Bayer where he held various roles including pharmacovigilance, Global medical affairs, and latterly as Director of Medical Affairs UK for General Medicine.
His background is as a medic, spending 5 years working clinically in the NHS, mainly in secondary care. Amit has worked on both innovative and established product launches, spanning a range of therapy areas including oncology, women’s health, cardiovascular medicine, dermatology and thrombosis in the UK and globally.
Amit holds a MA in Neuroscience from the University of Cambridge, and a MBBS from Guy’s, King’s & St Thomas’ School of Medicine.
Peter Morgan, Medicines Net Zero Assistant Director for NHS England
The Medicines Net Zero team are working to reduce the environmental impact of the medicines used across the NHS in England. The team forms part of the Greener NHS programme, based within the Medicines Policy and Analysis Unit and combining environmental policy with medicines usage and supply.
As a registered pharmacist, Peter previously worked in secondary care and primarily in aseptic services and clinical nutrition. He most recently led the aseptic service at King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust as associate chief pharmacist, where he also led the equality, diversity and inclusion and sustainability work for the department. Peter undertook the Chief Pharmaceutical Officer’s Clinical Fellowship scheme in 2018/19, where he formed the syllabus for the community pharmacy consultation service course and acted as a subject matter expert for a level 4 Emergency Preparedness, Resilience and Response incident. Peter also cofounded pharmacy declares, a group of climate conscious pharmacy professionals based in the United Kingdom.
Dr Fiona Adshead, Chair, Sustainable Healthcare Coalition
Fiona chairs the Sustainable Healthcare Coalition that inspires partnerships and action on sustainable healthcare. She also works as an independent expert advisor and board member for national and global organisations on wellbeing and sustainability.
She is a high-profile wellbeing and public health leader with a track record of reframing thinking and developing innovative strategy and programmes at the heart of business and government. Her previous roles include Deputy Chief Medical Officer and Director General in the UK Government, Director of Chronic Disease and Health Promotion at the World Health Organisation and Bupa’s Chief Wellbeing Officer.
Fiona is a visiting Professor at UCL and is a Senior Associate at Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership. Fiona’s recent board roles include British Land’s Sustainability Advisory Panel, Marks and Spencer’s Sustainable Retail Advisory Board, and Business in the Community’s Wellbeing Leadership Team.
Dr Sheuli Porkess, Vice President of FPM
Sheuli is the Vice President of FPM, Chief Medical Officer Life Sciences for C2-Ai and Director of Actaros Consultancy.
Sheuli is an experienced pharmaceutical physician in medicine development, medical affairs and life sciences policy within the UK and internationally, across multiple therapy areas. Sheuli has held medical leadership roles in companies at a national, regional and international level whilst living in different countries and is the former Director of Research, Medical and Innovation at the Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry.
Sheuli is a Fellow of the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Medicine, a Global Fellow in Medicine Development with IFAPP and a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians of London and holds a number of other advisory roles.
Karen Taylor, Research Director of the Centre for Health Solutions, Deloitte
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