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 (ŭp′jŏn′), Richard 1802-1878.
British-born American architect who was a leader of the Gothic revival. His designs include Trinity Church in New York City (1846).
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Noun1.Upjohn - United States architect (born in England) (1802-1878)
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Prior to joining General Motors, Boler Davis held engineering positions at The Upjohn Company and PepsiCo, Inc.
He started his career as a biochemist with The Upjohn Company, conducting pharmacological research on putative Alzheimer's compounds.
The original clinical facility was constructed in 1984 and operated as the internal Phase I testing unit of The Upjohn Company, which became Jasper Clinic in 2003 when Pfizer and Pharmacia merged.
Pharmacia was sold in 1994 to the UpJohn Company, and is now owned by Pfizer.
She began her career at Delta Communications and joined the Upjohn Company in 1991 as a metabolic disease specialist.
The seller was Hamilton Associates Limited Partnership and the purchaser was Pharmacia & Upjohn Company LLC, an entity controlled by Pfizer, Inc.
In Augusta, the Upjohn family enjoyed the peony beds at Brook Lodge until the property was sold to the Upjohn Company in the 1960s.
S Justice Department dealt a heavy blow to the New York-based drug maker and its subsidiary, Pharmacia & Upjohn Company Inc.
Lionel was a graduate of Boston School of Pharmacy in 1935 and practiced at local Pharmacies in Southbridge and Worcester before becoming employed by the Upjohn Company of Kalamazoo, Michigan as a Pharmaceutical Representative for 39 years before retiring in 1977.
As his commercial career flourished, Rockwell was contracted to create images for the advertising campaigns of The Upjohn Company, Lambert Pharmacal, and American Optical, between 1929-61.
NeoPharm is satisfied that Pharmacia and Upjohn Company has sufficient assets to pay out any potential award to NeoPharm that may result from the arbitration hearing.