David Harris to lead respiratory drug delivery at Cambridge Design Partnership

19 October 2018 – David Harris has joined technology and product design company Cambridge Design Partnership, to lead the respiratory drug delivery development business as the company embarks on a new phase of growth in the sector.

Cambridge Design Partnership (CDP), works with blue-chip companies to develop break-through drug inhalation systems. David is a leading figure in the drug delivery sector and brings a wealth of experience and ideas with him. A qualified physicist who specialises in fluid mechanics, aerosol science and their application to good inhaler design, David will help CDP to pioneer innovative drug delivery solutions.

As Uri Baruch, head of drug delivery at CDP stated – “Innovation within this sector is paramount and we are delighted to welcome David to join our specialist team. David’s scientific background and innovation track record will enhance our expertise and capabilities, especially in the digital space, placing Cambridge Design Partnership in a unique position to provide drug delivery technology and device development for both manufacturers and pharmaceutical companies”.

“Our aim is to bring ease of use and improved adherence to a medication regime through innovative technology and design – and to help ease the suffering of asthmatics or patients with COPD” stated David. “CDP are at the forefront of innovation in drug delivery and are working with the leading companies in this field. Together, we can help improve patients’ lives.”

Notes for editors
Cambridge Design Partnership is a technology and product design partner focused on helping clients grow their businesses. Some of the world’s largest companies trust CDP to develop their most important innovations. Located in both Cambridge (UK) and in Palo Alto, California (US), CDP specialises in the consumer products, healthcare, energy and industrial equipment markets. Its multidisciplinary staff have the expert knowledge to identify opportunities and tackle the challenges its clients face. For more information, visit: www.cambridge-design.com.

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