Harry is a driven entrepreneur who completed his PhD in Supramolecular Chemistry at the University of Bristol. He has an in-depth knowledge of this technology and the field of chemical carbohydrate sensing in general. He is also the director and co-founder of two sister companies that have enabled the growth of Carbometrics.
Keith is a former senior executive of Lloyds Banking Group with many years of corporate finance experience. He acts as director and/or mentor to several companies ranging from a recent start-up in the hospitality sector to an AIM-listed software company with a market cap of >£500 million.
Andy has worked in some leading academic institutions in the UK and Spain where his varied research activities have led to several high-impact articles and books. He has specific experience in funding acquisition and a previous chemical SME in which he led customer-driven research and development.
With over 30 years of experience in Business Development and Licensing and 15 years running her own consulting business, Plexsus Consulting, Jackie provides broad experience, strategic insight and knowledge of the global pharmaceutical industry. Jackie joined the Board in March 2020 following her involvement in the sale of Ziylo to Novo Nordisk, which led to the spin-out of Carbometrics.
Jackie has worked with both start-up companies and larger biotechs in multiple therapy areas to negotiate deals; having served as Commercial Director for several biotechs. She has also worked for PA Consulting Group, Novo Nordisk, Boehringer Ingelheim and Warner Lambert. Jackie is on the Board of Imophoron Ltd, a UK based vaccine company and served on the Board of CanImGuide A/S, a Swedish immune-oncology company.
Professor Davis M.A. D.Phil. (Oxon.) FRSC is Professor of Supramolecular Chemistry at University of Bristol where he has been a world-leading expert in the development of synthetic glucose binding molecules for over 20 years.
Andy is a Chemist by training, with degree and PhD from Imperial College. Driven to leverage cutting edge biotechnology, with a focus on exploiting membrane-proteins for single-molecule biosensing, he is addressing unmet needs in fields such as healthcare, environment and science. Andy was instrumental in the development of nanopore sequencing, having worked on the technology first at Oxford University with Prof. Hagan Bayley. Following this, he spent 9 years at Oxford Nanopore Technologies, most recently as the Senior Director of Advanced Research, and is an author and inventor on many publications and patents in the field.
He is a passionate scientist who completed his PhD under Prof Anthony Davis at the University of Bristol, where he discovered the new GBM platform. As a result, he has a comprehensive understanding of the technology central to Carbometrics, as well as a vast array of skills in synthetic, analytical and supramolecular chemistry. Rob is responsible for maintaining the scientific course taken in the laboratory on a weekly basis as well as coordinating the long-term research projects undertaken in the lab.
Mike has over 25 years experience in synthetic organic chemistry and has held a number of senior positions in several companies. He has invaluable experience of process development and medicinal chemistry.
Michael is a multifaceted chemist, having laboratory experience in the world-leading chemistry departments of Oxford, Manchester and Bristol, as well as the Institute of Cancer Research in Sutton. His PhD in molecular communication has provided him with extensive skills in supramolecular and peptide chemistry.
Dan is a highly skilled synthetic organic chemist with PhD and postdoctoral experience from world-leading laboratories at the Universities of Manchester and Bristol. His expertise in highly polar chemistry, process development and IP protection make him perfectly suited to the role of Lead Process Chemist at Carbometrics
Guillem completed his PhD in supramolecular chemistry under the supervision of Prof. Pau Ballester at the Institute of Chemical Research of Catalonia (ICIQ), one of the world’s leading chemistry research institutes. During his thesis, he developed extensive skills in synthetic organic chemistry, as well as the skills to understand complex supramolecular systems operating in aqueous media.
As an experienced C-Suite facilitator, Yvonne has managed Executive Offices for a Pro Vice-Chancellor and two Vice-Chancellors at three different universities. She was EA to the Head of the School of Chemistry and was Office Manager for the Faculty of Science at the University of Bristol. Yvonne has lived and worked in South East Asia, The Middle East, Europe, Australia and North America.