Team expands with two new hires

19 Jan 2012 2min read

Team Consulting

Company update

We are very pleased to announce the recent arrival of two new faces to Team. Mark Shepherd, who joins as the respiratory Physics Laboratory and Workshop Manager, and Ben Cox, who joins as a Human Factors and User Research Consultant, have joined the company at a very exciting time. 2011 marked Team’s 25th anniversary as well as one of the company’s must successful years.

Mark joins Team from GSK where he was a Physical Properties Scientist in respiratory product development. He will take responsibility for Team’s analytical capabilities, which includes the implementation and maintenance of laboratory quality systems and procedures. He will also oversee the development of analytical systems to support technology innovation and innovative devices. Mark will apply his background in inhaler development at GSK to manage Team’s new Respiratory Physics Lab.

Prior to joining Team, Ben worked as a human factors consultant at PDD, and for an assistive technology consultancy in London, where he led a programme of work using an ergonomics and human factors approach to inform the design of varied products. He joins a HF team with a growing global reputation as leaders in user research in the medical sector. Ben will contribute to and lead projects for the wide variety of Team’s clients, offering insight and evidence to support new product development and regulatory approval; from conducting analytical assessments, through to explorative evaluations and usability validation.

Due to strong demand from clients and further expected demand over the coming years, Team is looking to recruit a number of new people to service clients and further strengthen our positions in drug delivery, critical care, surgical and regenerative medicine. For more information on current vacancies, see our ‘join us’ page.

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