At Janssen, we are dedicated to addressing and solving the most important unmet medical needs of our time, including oncology, haematology, immunology, neuroscience, infectious disease and cardiovascular and metabolic diseases.
Driven by our commitment to patients, Janssen develops innovative products, services and healthcare solutions to help people throughout the world.
Janssen in Dublin employs over 60 people from a wide variety of backgrounds including sales, marketing, market access, communications, government affairs, medical affairs and health economics. We are committed to making a difference to the lives of patients and we continue in our quest to tackle the greatest healthcare challenges that people face today.
Janssen Pharmaceuticals Sciences UC has also been operating in Cork since 1981. Janssen Pharmaceuticals Sciences UC is manufacturing bulk active pharmaceutical ingredients in Little Island that are sold throughout the world to other Janssen and third-party companies where they are further processed into tablets, creams or injectable dosage forms.
Janssen Sciences Ireland UC established its operation in Ringaskiddy in 2005 on a 100 acre site with an investment of €400 million. For more than 25 years we have been a global leader in the field of biomedicines, in particular pioneering monoclonal antibody technology, a cutting-edge approach to producing medicines that launched a new generation of products to treat immune related diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis and plaque psoriasis.
The facility in Ringaskiddy is producing biomedicines for both the treatment of immune related diseases and new and innovative cancer treatments. Three commercial products are currently manufactured here, along with a range of other products currently in development and undergoing clinical trials.
In 2016, Janssen in Cork was the first pharmaceutical manufacturing company to receive the Business Working Responsibly Mark. The Mark, developed by Business in the Community Ireland, audited by the National Standards Authority of Ireland (NSAI) is based on ISO 26000. It recognises Janssen Supply Chain’s commitment and activity towards creating responsible and sustainable business practices which have a positive impact on society.