Bringing over 25 years’ experience in the industry, Liz will be working closely with start-ups and other diagnostics companies to offer them key advice and help them realise their product vision.
“The covid pandemic has brought in vitro diagnostic technology into the spotlight and companies have seen an influx of funding in this sector. I’m looking forward to becoming an advocate for both start-ups and larger companies looking to develop innovative technologies in this area.”
During her career, Liz has worked for some of the largest diagnostics organisations as well as early stage start-ups.
“Having worked in two start-ups developing diagnostics products, including immunodiagnostics and molecular diagnostics, I’ve gained a deep understanding of the needs of smaller organisations and how we can supplement the skills that already exist within them.”
Have an idea for a new diagnostics device? Get in touch with Liz to find out how we can help you.