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Wellcome Trust and its works, 1936-1986.
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The Trust's grant allocation then was around £m a year. Sale of the company (–) Until the s, the Wellcome Trust was the only shareholder of the Wellcome Foundation. In the Wellcome Foundation was floated on the stock market under a new name: Wellcome Trust and its works plc.
The Wellcome Trust sold a quarter of its holdings in the company. The Wellcome Trust is a research-charity based in London, in the United Kingdom. It was established in with legacies from the pharmaceutical magnate Sir Henry Wellcome to fund research to improve human and animal health.
The aim of the Trust is to "achieve extraordinary improvements in health by supporting the brightest minds", and in addition to funding Wellcome Trust and its works research, it supports Founder: Sir Henry Wellcome. The Wellcome Trust: its origin and functions by England) Wellcome Trust (London (Book) Data visualization: Ipsos MORI (Visual) 50 years of the Wellcome Trust, sixteenth report by England) Wellcome Trust (London (Book).
Physic and Philanthropy: A History of the Weilcome Trust A. Rupert Hall and B.A. Bembridge. Cambridge University Press, New York, pp. $ The Wellcome Trust has evolved into one of the great foundations of the world. Founded 50 years ago by Sir Henry Wellcome, the American-born sole owner of the Burroughs-Wellcome drug empire, the Trust has had a strong impact.
In his will establishing the Trust, Sir Henry Wellcome dedicated the capital to two purposes: to the advancement of medical research and to an understanding of its history. In the area of biomedical and veterinary science, research is supported by fellowships, Ph.D. Programs, and undergraduate programs.
The Wellcome Trust's operations are run from two buildings on Euston Road in Wellcome Building, at Euston Road, built in in Portland stone houses the Wellcome Collection and the adjoining glass and steel building at Euston Road is the Gibbs Building, by Hopkins Architects, which opened in as the administrative headquarters of the Wellcome Trust.
The Wellcome Foundation Archive (WFA) comprises the surviving records of The Wellcome Foundation Ltd, the pharmaceutical company from which the fortunes of Henry Solomon Wellcome (–), and the Wellcome Trust, were derived.
1 The Wellcome Foundation Ltd was formed inas an amalgamation of Wellcome's business and other interests (including the Author: Teresa Doherty, Adrian Steel.
New Wellcome Trust building on Euston Road. The Wellcome Trust is a United Kingdom-based charity established in to administer the fortune of the American-born pharmaceutical magnate Sir Henry income was derived from what was originally called Burroughs Wellcome & Co, later renamed in the UK, somewhat confusingly, as the Wellcome Foundation Ltd (Wellcome plc).
The Wellcome Trust was established in as an independent charity funding research to improve human and animal health. It has an endowment of around £ billion'  Now in its 76th year,  the aim of the Trust is to "achieve extraordinary improvements in health by supporting the brightest minds", and in addition to funding biomedical research it supports the public understanding of.
The Wellcome Trust is a United Kingdom-based charity established in to administer the fortune of the American-born pharmaceutical magnate Sir Henry Wellcome.
Its income was derived from what was originally called Burroughs Wellcome & Co, later renamed in the UK as the Wellcome Foundation Ltd (Wellcome plc).
The trust is the world's second richest medical charity after the Bill and. The Wellcome Trust is a research charity based in London, United Kingdom. It was established in with legacies from the pharmaceutical magnate Sir Henry Wellcome to fund research to improve human and animal health.
The aim of the Trust is to "achieve extraordinary improvements in health by supporting the brightest minds", and in addition to funding biomedical research it supports. An infinity of things: how Sir Henry Wellcome collected the world by Frances Larson (); Physic and philanthropy: a history of the Wellcome Trust, by A.
Rupert Hall (Book); Masterpieces from the Sir Henry Wellcome Collection at UCLA by Los Angeles University of California (Book). The Wellcome Research Institution and the Affiliated Research Laboratories and Museums, London, Wellcome Foundation, ; Physic and Philanthropy: A History of The Wellcome Trust by A.
Rupert Hall and B.A. Bembridge, London, Cambridge University Press, History. The Trust was established to administer the fortune of the American-born pharmaceutical magnate Sir Henry Wellcome.
Its income was derived from what was originally called Burroughs Wellcome, later renamed in the UK as the Wellcome Foundation Ltd. Inthe trust sold 25% of Wellcome plc stock to the public. Overseen by incoming Director of Finance Ian Macgregor, this. A partnership that worked: the Wellcome Trust and the Instituto Evandro Chagas and beyond Dr Fernando T obias Silveiras's participation in the leishmaniasis program began in Author: Jeffrey Jon Shaw.
For the complicated story of the Wellcome Trust, see A.R. Hall and B.A. Bembridge, Physic and philanthropy: a history of the Wellcome Trust, – (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, ), and Roy Church and E. Tansey, Burroughs, Wellcome & Co.: knowledge, trust, profit and the transformation of the British pharmaceutical industry.
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