Thousand Oaks, CA
A multinational biopharmaceutical company headquartered in Thousand Oaks, California since 1980. Known as the largest private employer in Ventura County with over 5,500 employees. Amgen is committed to unlocking the potential of biology for patients suffering from serious illnesses by discovering, developing, manufacturing and delivering innovative human therapeutics.
The site has extensive administration, laboratory and utilities facilities, as well as commercial & clinical manufacturing operations. It is home base for many of the company’s senior leadership and corporate functions. The facility also houses significant capabilities in manufacturing and research and development.
At Amgen, we redefine what’s possible. We dare when others do not.
This lets us accomplish our ultimate goal: pioneering life-changing medicines. At our Tampa office, we support the researchers and physicians that are pushing the boundaries of science.
The Tampa team has a particularly close eye on our business and where it needs to go. It continually innovates to streamline processes and create efficiencies so we stay not just competitive but clearly ahead of the game. Tampa supports departments enterprise-wide and, ultimately, delivers savings back to Amgen so we can reinvest in therapies for what matters most: our patients.
The Amgen Capability Center is responsible for the delivery of business-enabling services including operational, analytical, staff support and business support activities. By creating a distinct site, the team can focus on service delivery, reducing functional silos, and creating a culture focused on performance and continuous improvement. The Amgen Capability Center is positioned to become a competitive advantage by providing these services in a better and more efficient manner.
Amgen’s state-of-the-art facility in Cambridge accommodates research scientists with expertise in therapeutic discovery, specifically within medicinal chemistry, molecular engineering and discovery attribute sciences. Process development scientists and engineers support product commercialization and the advancement of manufacturing innovation
Amgen Massachusetts (the Dr. Raymond F. Baddour Laboratory) is located in the heart of Cambridge at historic Kendall Square, just across the Charles River from Boston. Amgen Massachusetts’ (AMA) proximity to major academic and medical institutions, as well as to the local biotechnology community, enables Amgen scientists to exchange ideas with leaders in various fields of science, medicine, and industry.
Amgen Massachusetts is a world-class research and development and process development organization with proficiency spanning biology, chemistry and engineering. The Site’s focus includes small and large molecule drug discovery, as well as small molecule manufacturing for clinical trials. Staff members from Process Development support product commercialization and advancement of manufacturing innovation at the facility. While the primary focus of AMA has been small molecule drug discovery, research has recently expanded into large molecule drug discovery research and small molecule manufacturing for clinical trials.
Amgen Massachusetts is a key research base for Amgen’s neuroscience efforts focused on migraine and analgesia, Alzheimer’s disease and currently expanding to include other chronic neurodegenerative diseases.
Amgen’s Louisville Distribution Center plays a key role in ensuring that Amgen medicines rapidly, reliably and safely reach patients in the United States.
Ensuring that Amgen medicines rapidly, reliably and safely reach patients in hospitals, clinics, and doctors’ offices is a critical part of the company’s operations. Amgen’s distribution center in Kentucky plays a role in meeting that objective. The company’s manufacturing facilities ship finished products to the center, which complies with the most stringent and protective handling and storage requirements. As soon as orders arrive, the Louisville staff quickly loads and ships them where they are needed.
Louisville, Kentucky was chosen as the site of Amgen’s United States distribution operations given its proximity to the air hub of United Parcel Service (UPS), the company’s primary package delivery service vendor. Its centralized location in the country also was a factor. Louisville is within a day’s drive of more than half the population of the United States.
Located on 16 acres on the east side of Louisville, Amgen’s Louisville Distribution Center is a licensed commercial distribution center that is fully compliant with cGMP (Current Good Manufacturing Practices) regulations issued by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
South San Francisco, CA
Amgen South San Francisco, is home to top scientific talent, integrating human genetics with core biology and molecular engineering to discover and develop first-in-class therapies.
Amgen San Francisco (ASF) is one of Amgen’s Research and Development hubs. ASF is located in South San Francisco and is centered in the “Birthplace of Biotechnology.” The greater Bay Area is also home to many renowned research and medical institutions as well as cutting-edge industry. Our staff members enjoy proximity to leaders in science, medicine and industry – as well as easy access to the natural beauty of Northern California.
Staff in the Washington D.C. office manage Amgen’s relationship and interactions with U.S. federal and state government officials on legislative and regulatory issues important to Amgen and our industry.
West Greenwich, RI
At Amgen West Greenwich, you will find state-of-the-art next-generation biomanufacturing capabilities and manufacturing products for the U.S. and global markets.
Amgen’s campus in West Greenwich, Rhode Island, is devoted to the manufacture of the protein therapeutics. It also manufactures products for clinical investigations that one day could be used to treat patients with grievous illnesses.
- Amgen has invested more than $1.5 billion in its Rhode Island facility, adding more than 500,000 square feet of manufacturing, utility, administrative, and laboratory space to the campus. The plant, approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration in September 2005, houses one of the world’s largest mammalian protein manufacturing facilities.
The plant has been recognized as one of Rhode Island’s Best Places to Work more than 15 times since 2007, a testament to the dedication of its staff.
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