Patrick Duxbury on his Covid-19 vaccine work and 20-year career in life sciences

In this podcast, founder of Legally Vocal, Nicholas d’Adhemar sits down with our head of life sciences Patrick Duxbury to discuss his involvement in the landmark agreement between AstraZeneca and Oxford University, his experiences in the last twenty years of his career and what led him down the path of life sciences law.

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