Charles A. Sanders

CHARLES A. SANDERS, Member of the President's Committee of Advisers on Science and Technology "THE SCIENTIST is unique in that it keeps you abreast of the happenings and personalities in science. The articles are clear and easily understood by readers who may not be well versed in science." Charles Sanders's 40-year career in science has run the gamut in the public and private sectors. A cardiologist by practice, he has been a physician, teacher, and hospital administrator, formerly serving a

The Scientist Staff
Mar 3, 1996
CHARLES A. SANDERS, Member of the President's Committee of Advisers on Science and Technology

"THE SCIENTIST is unique in that it keeps you abreast of the happenings and personalities in science. The articles are clear and easily understood by readers who may not be well versed in science."

Charles Sanders's 40-year career in science has run the gamut in the public and private sectors. A cardiologist by practice, he has been a physician, teacher, and hospital administrator, formerly serving as a professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School and general director of the Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston. He has also been a leader in the pharmaceutical industry, having been vice chairman of the Squibb Corp., Princeton, N.J., and chairman and CEO of Glaxo Inc., Durham, N.C.

Sanders has first-hand knowledge of the heavy commitment of the pharmaceutical industry to biomedical research. He says: "The academic establishment has been...

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