ATS recognizes curious minds...
Steve Yancey and Dr. Hector Ortega were recognized by the American Thoracic Society with its highest award - The Research Innovation and Translation Achievement Award.
Linking a chapter of GSK history to the fight for freedom
Game-changing discoveries are familiar in GSK’s laboratories, but it’s not every day that one of our eureka moments winds up in the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture.
Following the journey of a respiratory medicine
Elaine Jones explains how her passion for helping respiratory patients live every breath motivates her in developing new medicines.
What I know about asthma… then and now
A member of the GSK Medical Team, Katherine Smith, shares her story of how she learned about asthma…twice.
Crossing off my bucket list, one breath at a time
Karen Scheffler, Manager, Sales Force Effectiveness, shares her personal journey in the pursuit of better breathing.
The science of shopping
Every day millions of consumers use our products. Different countries have different needs and consumers’ shopping habits vary hugely.
Breathing life into an idea for a respiratory medicine
Meet Mark Luttmann, one of our respiratory pioneers. Mark was on the drug discovery team for a key component of several of our COPD medications.
I control my asthma, it doesn’t control me
Jamie from our Montrose site tells how he managed his asthma to conquer Mount Kenya
Thank you for calling GSK...
Paul Irving has been a friendly voice to patients for 16 years at our US Patient Response Center. Here, he tells about his passion for helping patients and reveals what it’s like to be at the other end of the line.
Brian Johns goes boldly for people living with HIV
There are over 36 million people living with HIV around the world with an estimated 70% who are not adequately treating the virus.
How curious minds saved a medicine from being left in the lab
See how Steve and his team refined their scientific focus in order to deliver our first biologic respiratory medicine.
If you can’t breathe, you won’t be able to play the tuba
It may seem obvious, but “if you can’t breathe, you’re not going to able to play the tuba very effectively,” said Brendan Bohnhorst, from Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA.
Don’t mind me. I’m just making sure I can breathe.
For some, breathing easy sounds simple – it just happens. But for Sarah and for millions of others like her, breathing can be a daily struggle.