Amgen in the UK and Ireland
Amgen has more than 500 staff in the UK and Ireland, working in both the commercial and research & development organisations. The UK and Ireland commercial team operates out of our Cambridge and Dublin offices, with full sales, marketing, medical and support services.
Located less than an hour away from London by train, Cambridge is one of Britain’s most beautiful cities. Set in the Cambridgeshire countryside, the city is home to 31 university colleges, some of them dating back to the twelfth century.
Thanks to the University, Cambridge has a world famous reputation for science. From the likes of Sir Isaac Newton and Charles Darwin to Stephen Hawking, some of the great scientific discoveries have been made at Cambridge. The pioneering DNA work of Crick and Watson was another Cambridge first, which opened the door for today's genetic scientists, including those at Amgen.
Amgen first established a presence on the Cambridge Science Park more than 25 years ago. Today, Cambridge still remains at the forefront of science and is one of Europe’s most important biotechnology clusters.
For more information on Cambridge visit visitcambridge.org .
Amgen opened another Development Centre in Uxbridge in the year 2007. Uxbridge is located in the heart of the biopharma community west of London. It is ideally situated for easy access to all that central London has to offer.
Uxbridge is a thriving town with all the facilities that you would expect from a London satellite: cinema, clubs, theatres, restaurants, art galleries and much more. Uxbridge also boasts a significant and growing business population and is conveniently located just 15 minutes from Heathrow Airport.
For more information on Uxbridge visit hillingdon.gov.uk .
Amgen Ireland, Dún Laoghaire and Dublin
Purchased by Amgen in May 2011, Amgen Dún Laoghaire (ADL) is a 37,000 square metre aseptic operations facility, specialising in secondary manufacturing activities – formulation, fill, lyophilisation and packaging. ADL also includes a bioprocessing suite, laboratories and warehouse/packaging capabilities. Amgen is now developing the capability to produce all of its medicines in Dún Laoghaire, helping to ensure continuity of supply of our medicines as we expand internationally. Amgen also has a presence in Santry, north Dublin with employees covering sales, marketing and clinical research. Our commercial operation in the Republic of Ireland was established in the late 1990s.
For more information on Dublin visit www.visitdublin.com/home/.
Our Abingdon site is located 15 minutes from the historical city of Oxford. Abingdon-on-Thames is a historic market town set in rural Oxfordshire. Abingdon claims to be the oldest continuously inhabited town in England, following excavations that revealed Iron Age remains. Among its historical sites are the Town Hall, Museum and Abbey Gate.
Amgen’s Abingdon site is today dedicated to the analytical testing of oncolytic immunotherapies.
For more information on Abingdon visit abingdon.gov.uk/partners/abingdon-thames-town-council.