MEET THE TEAM

The ClinSpec Dx™ team have a strong track record in scientific achievement and successful commercial realisation.

Professor Steven Howell

NON-EXECUTIVE CHAIRMAN

Highly experienced Chair and serial entrepreneur, having commercialised 10 products in diagnostics and healthcare. Formerly held senior positions in Alere and Inverness Medical.

Dr Stephen Little

NON-EXECUTIVE DIAGNOSTICS

Strong track record as a diagnostics leader. Former Founder & CEO of DxS (sold to Qiagen for $130M), former R&D Manager Astra Zeneca Diagnostics, and current Vice Chairman at Yourgene Health.

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Dr Matthew J Baker

CHIEF TECHNOLOGY OFFICER

Inventor with 15+ years’ experience in the field of clinical spectroscopy in the MoD and Academia.

Emerging Leader In Molecular Spectroscopy, 2016, and Harrison-Meldola Medal winner, Royal Society of Chemistry, 2017.

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Dr Holly J Butler

HEAD OF DEVELOPMENT

8+ years experience in the clinical spectroscopy field.

'Young Entrepreneur' of the year winner, 2017 – Scottish Women's Awards

'Women in Innovation' winner, 2017 – Global Game Changers Awards

Experienced post doc researcher in biophotonics and infrared analysis.

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Dr Mark Hegarty

CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER

20+ years experience in startups and healthcare products, successfully building international B2B sales and relationships across 20+ countries.

Previously led Daysoft Limited from zero to £10m sales per annum, realising an initial £3m return to investors and creating 220 jobs.

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Dr David S Palmer

CHIEF DATA SCIENTIST

15+ years experience in the field of data analysis and machine learning. Computational chemist, leading the design and development of the ClinSpec Dx diagnostic algorithms. Marie Curie Research Fellowship holder.

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The Scottish Women's Award 2017
Global Game Changers 2017
Converge Challenge 2017
Spectroscopy
Royal Society Of Chemistry

Working with leading medical and industry partners

The University Of Edinburgh
NHS Scotland