Chair of Molecular Medicine
King’s College London
Farzin Farzaneh holds the Chair of Molecular Medicine at King’s College London. He has published over 250 research articles with an average citation of over 30, and an Impact Factor of 47. He has run a licensed GMP facility at King’s College London, since 2001, for the production of cell and gene therapy based investigational medicinal products. Farzin has extensive industrial and academic collaborations, including research council, charitable and pharmaceutical sponsorships of £25M. He has initiated a number of clinical trials in novel applications of gene therapy and holds MHRA licences (IMPs and “Specials"). He is a Qualified Person (QP) for release of cell and gene therapy products in UK and EU and an Individual Designate under a Human Tissue Authority licence that allows procurement, testing, processing, distribution and/or import/export of tissues and or cells intended for human applications. He is also appointed by the Commission on Human Medicines, as a member of the Clinical Trials, Biologicals & Vaccines Expert Advisory Group since 2016.
Farzaneh research interest includes Cell and Gene Therapy, Tissue science, Human Medicines, Clinical Trials, Biologicals & Vaccines