Research Associate with The Cameron Institute
Professor David Taylor is Professor Emeritus of Pharmaceutical and Public Health Policy at University College London (UCL), United Kingdom. His research interests have taken a tri-fold focus: the role of pharmaceuticals and pharmacy in global demographic and epidemiological transition and (universal) health care policy developments, with special reference to Europe and BRIC nations such as India and China; national and international research-based pharmaceutical industry policy, with special reference to medicines affordability and intellectual property integrity; and, UK pharmacy and public health policy, with special reference to community pharmacy development. Dr. Taylor has a deep interest in promoting independent learning and problem solving as well as promoting questioning of pharmaceutical and public health policies. Recently Professor Taylor chaired the 2014 London School of Economics’ Summit on Risk Sharing and is a member of The Cameron Institute’s Roundtable on Rare Diseases and Orphan Drugs.