- Environmental and economic impact of wasted surplus
- Consequences of surplus related to affordability and healthcare access for patients
- Medication donation as a legal alternative to destruction/waste
George Wang is co-founder of SIRUM, where he leads SIRUM’s work to save medicine. While at SIRUM, George has forged strong medicine donor partnerships including with major manufacturer, pharmacy, and nursing home corporations. George has provided input on a dozen state medicine donation laws and policies, helped get the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to encourage facilities to work with SIRUM, and works as a liaison to the National Conference of State Legislatures to provide updates on drug donation programs. Prior to co-founding SIRUM, George worked in academic research and experimental design, during which time he co-authored nine peer-reviewed publications and discovered and named a gene for neural plasticity (GRLD-1). He graduated with a Ph.D. from Stanford University in Biology and Phi Beta Kappa from The Ohio State University.
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