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Biologist

Thomas James Clark, British biologist. Lieutenant Royal Navy, 1943-1947. Member Institute Marketing United Kingdom, Market Research Society United Kingdom, European Society for Animal Cell Culture Belgium, International Association for Biological Standardization of Switzerland.

Background

Clark, Thomas James was born on June 2, 1926 in Edinburgh, Scotland. Came to the United States 1980. Son of Thomas William and Janet Alison (Mitchell) Clark.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Oxford University, England, 1949. Master of Arts, Oxford University, England, 1951.

Career

Area manager Johnson & Johnson Export, London, 1958-1963. Area director Johnson & Johnson, Slough, England, 1963-1966, Bennett Chemicals, London, 1966-1970. Vice president international marketing Flow Laboratories, Irvine, Scotland, 1970-1977.

European coordinator Meloy Laboratories, Brussels, Belgium, 1977-1980. President Cellon, Luxembourg, since 1987, European Business Associates, Luxembourg, since 1980. Member Bureau d'Investissements et d'Innovations, Paris, since 1989.

Board directors 4C Laboratories, Mons, Belgium.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Lieutenant Royal Navy, 1943-1947. Member Institute Marketing United Kingdom, Market Research Society United Kingdom, European Society for Animal Cell Culture Belgium, International Association for Biological Standardization of Switzerland.

Connections

Married Ivy Isabel Rose, June 14, 1950 (divorced 1975). Children: Timothy, Nicholas, Stuart. Married Mary Elisabeth Simmonds, June 15, 1976.

father:
Thomas William Clark

mother:
Janet Alison (Mitchell) Clark

spouse:
Ivy Isabel Rose

spouse:
Mary Elisabeth Simmonds

child:
Timothy Clark

child:
Nicholas Clark

child:
Stuart Clark