Principal Scientist at Broughton, Paul works as a consultant specializing in designing studies for understanding product chemistry across pharmaceuticals and consumer products. Paul studied a BSc in Analytical Science from Dublin City University. Paul started his career in Almac overseeing the method development, method validation, clinical release and stability testing of clinical supplies from phase I through to Phase III/PRE-commercial solid oral dose products. Following 7 years at Almac, Paul led the Analytical Method Development Team at Pharmaserve for 3 years overseeing the development of methods for pressurized metered dose inhalers. Prior to joining Broughton, Paul worked in the characterization team at Nerudia and Imperial Brands. As a characterization scientist Paul worked on Next Generation Nicotine Products (NGPs) spanning e-vapour and heated tobacco areas at all stages in the products lifecycle. In this role Paul designed scientific studies such as stability studiesto inform shelf-life claims. In addition, Paul drafted regulatory narratives and technical reports supporting regulatory packages to support marketing of products in the UK, US and Middle east. Paul is an active member of CEN standard group to raise standards of e-vapour products across the industry and assist in compliance to regulation.
Principal Scientist, Paul Barr, shares his takeaways from the recent Future Cannabis Strategies conference in London.