The Trinity Centre for People with Intellectual Disabilities announce a new partnership with Viatris
The Trinity Centre for People with Intellectual Disabilities are delighted to announce a new partnership with Viatris.
Viatris is a global healthcare company, founded in November 2020 through the merger of two major pharmaceutical companies, and amid the COVID-19 pandemic during a time of evolving healthcare needs.
Although a recently formed company, they have long and strong legacy roots in Ireland where they have had a presence for more than four decades. Proud to be one of the largest pharmaceutical employers in the country, Viatris has significant scale and nearly 2,000 highly skilled people work across six sites in Cork, Dublin (4) and Galway. Not only do they produce medicines in Ireland, they also carry out crucial research and development and, collectively, everyone works to provide access to medicines, develop innovative solutions and improve healthcare for patients.Speaking about the partnership with the TCPID, David Delaney, Head of Policy and Health & Value said: “We want to give people from all different backgrounds an opportunity to see what it's like to work at a healthcare company like Viatris, that empowers people worldwide to live healthier at every stage of life”. TCPID Pathways Coordinator, Marie Devitt said, “We are so happy to welcome Viatris as a new TCPID Business Partner. We are really looking forward to working closely together to build a very strong partnership over the coming years and to create even more exciting opportunities for our students and graduates. ” For more information about Viatris go to www.viatris.com/