Sign up online today & collaborate
or click here to find out more
Chief executive of BioCity Nottingham, Dr Glenn Crocker, has been awarded an MBE for services to the Biotechnology Industry.
He is among 14 people from Nottinghamshire on the Queen's birthday honours list 2014. Others honours include a knighthood for Professor Peter Rubin, University of Nottingham's vice-chancellor, for services to medicine and Sandra Lawton a nurse consultant in dermatology, Queen's Medical Centre who has been awarded an OBE.
Dr Crocker became CEO of BioCity Nottingham in 2003, growing it to be one of the largest bioscience incubators in Europe. He was a founder of R5 Pharmaceuticals, which was subsequently sold to Aesica, and he is a non-executive director of a number of other companies including Mobius Life Sciences, Xenogesis and Medilink East Midlands.