Dr Luke Rogers is currently the V.P. of Innovation for On Demand Pharmaceuticals working to commercialise their Pharmacy on Demand platform. He received his degree in Medicinal Chemistry from Trinity College Dublin. He also completed his Ph.D research in Trinity College on the synthesis and biomedical applications of Tetrapyrroles. After a stint within the Merck Manufacturing Division, working on a large scale GMP flow chemistry process step, he transitioned to MIT to lead efforts on multiple iterations of the Pharmacy on Demand project within the Department of Chemical Engineering. This work involved the development, optimization, and integration of miniaturized continuous manufacturing processes for the production of Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients. After the successful demonstration of the manufacturing capabilities of such systems, he then transitioned to his current role where he is helping lead efforts towards a regulatory submission of a new manufacturing processes on the Pharmacy on Demand platforms.
V.P of Innovation
On Demand Pharmaceuticals