Biyi Oloko

Biyi Oloko is a Chartered Accountant (FCA, FCCA) and brings to the CPA over 30 years’ experience of successfully leading finance and business turnaround projects across the world. He is a Pioneer Certified SAP Finance Consultant with extensive experience in implementing finance systems and combines this with his finance expertise to support the CPA. Biyi […]

Zaheer-Ud-Din Babar

Zaheer-Ud-Din Babar is the Professor in Medicines and Healthcare at the University of Huddersfield, UK. He understands the health systems and pharmacy globally and is known for his work in access to medicines, medicine prices and pharmacy practice research. He has acted as a consultant for WHO, RPS, HAI, World Bank, FIP and for the […]

Roger Odd

Roger worked as a Community Pharmacist with Boots for 20 years, before joining RPSGB as Head of Practice Division and then Head of Professional and Scientific Support, and was the Society’s PR spokesperson. He was appointed the Hon Treasurer of CPA in 2003 and then Hon Secretary in 2009. Made a Trustee of CPA in […]

Raymond Anderson

Raymond is a Past President of the CPA. While President he helped restructure the organisation into what it is today. He is a community pharmacist for over 40 years and has supported the development of the profession to become more patient facing, using a pharmacist’s clinical skills for the benefit of patients. He is a […]

Rao V S V Vadlamudi

Dr. Rao Vadlamudi has the unique distinction of associated with both academics and the pharmaceutical industry. Currently the President of the Commonwealth Pharmacists Association, he was the editor of the Indian Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences (1996-2014) and the president of the Indian Pharmaceutical Association (2014-18). He is also the Professional Secretary of the South East […]

Oksana Pyzik

Oksana Pyzik is a Global Health Advisor & Trustee of the CPA. She is also the Founder of UCL Fight the Fakes & Academic Chair of the FTF Executive Board. Oksana is currently a UK registered Pharmacist & Lecturer/Global Engagement Lead at the UCL School of Pharmacy. At UCL she leads the Global Citizenship Programme […]

Claire Anderson

Claire is a Professor of Social Pharmacy, Division of Pharmacy Practice and Policy, School of Pharmacy, University of Nottingham, UK. Her research interests include the role of pharmacists in improving the health of the public, people’s experiences of using medicines and pharmacy education.