Merck may refer to:

  • Merck KGaA, (EMD Chemicals in the United States and Canada), a German-based chemical and pharmaceutical company
    • Merck Serono (EMD Serono in North America), a pharmaceutical division of Merck KGaA
    • Merck family, a family of pharmacists who eventually founded Merck KGaA
  • Merck & Co., Inc. (Merck Sharp & Dohme outside North America), an American pharmaceutical company created after World War I from assets forfeited by Merck KGaA, though the two are unassociated
    • Merck Manual of Diagnosis and Therapy, a medical textbook published by Merck & Co.
    • Merck Index, an encyclopedia of Chemistry, published by Merck & Co.
    • Merck Veterinary Manual, a reference manual of animal health care published by Merck & Co. and Merial Limited
  • Merck family, original owners of the chemical companies above
  • Ernst Merck (1811–1863), German businessman and politician
  • George W. Merck (1894-1957), American president of Merck & Co.
  • Heinrich Emanuel Merck (1794–1855), German apothecary whose descendants were the founders of Merck chemical companies
  • Johann Heinrich Merck (1741–1791), German author and critic
  • William Merck (1852-1925), British commissioner in India
Other uses
  • Merck Finck & Co., a German private bank
  • Johann-Heinrich-Merck-Preis, a literary prize of Hesse, Germany
  • Merck Records, an IDM and experimental hip hop record label based in Miami, Florida, USA
  • Merck-Saint-Liévin, a commune in the Pas-de-Calais department, France

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Peter S. Kim
... was president of Merck Research Laboratories (MRL), 2003-2013 ... In this role Kim oversaw all of Merck's drug and vaccine research and development activities ... During his tenure, Merck gained approval of more than 20 new medicines and vaccines ...
Max Tishler - Biography
... In 1937, he took a position at Merck ... His first project at Merck was to produce riboflavin ... In 1970 he retired from Merck, and taught chemistry at Wesleyan University ...
Heinrich Emanuel Merck
... Heinrich Emanuel Merck (15 September 1794 – 14 February 1855) was an apothecary whose descendants are the founders of Merck and Company and Merck KGaA ...
Merck Headquarters - Building History
... Constructed in 1990 as a home for the headquarters staff of Merck, the building is most recognizable for its hexagon shape and its nature setting ... Further, Merck placed the parking structure underground and created a temporary nursery on-site for the trees removed during construction, in order to make the facility a "corpor ... a park with a small lawned sitting area containing a statue given by Merck Germany ...
Mark H. Beers - Biography - Merck Manuals
... Beers was named as associate editor of Merck Manual of Diagnosis and Therapy, a reference book for medical professionals published by Merck Co ... and co-edited The Merck Manual of Geriatrics ... He edited the 2003 edition of the Merck Manual of Medical Information Home Edition, which was designed for use by laypeople ...