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Lhasa Limited Staff Profiles

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Lhasa Limited is a rapidly growing not-for-profit company and educational charity, with an enviable reputation for collaborative scientific development. Our world leading software and database systems are used globally in pharmaceutical, cosmetics, chemical, agrochemical and other sectors for the prediction of toxicity, metabolism and degradation. Led by Chief Executive Officer, Chris Barber, many Lhasa Limited employees are graduate or PhD scientists working in a variety of functions including operations and member facing teams.

Dr Chris Barber (Chief Executive Officer)

Member Services

Led by Scott McDonald, the Member Services function is comprised of Account Management, Marketing and Sales.

Member Services' key role is to act as the interface between Lhasa Limited and its members, whether that be through provision of world class scientific support, working with members to meet their current and future needs or through development of software sponsorship.

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Scott McDonald (Director of Member Services)


Over the last few years we have seen significant change for our products and in how we work. This progress shows that the roles of knowledge, data and research scientist are not as distinct any more – and as we continue to evolve, this blurring will become greater.  Recognising this, and allowing us to adapt to both the needs of the company and the individual, is a key reason for the creation of a single science team. 

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VAT number 396 8737 77 | Lhasa Limited is registered as a charity (290866)| Company Registration Number 01765239 (England and Wales).

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