As a human factors engineer, Ed is involved with human factors activities at all stages of the product development process. His work involves helping clients define their regulatory submission strategy, through to planning and implementing validation usability studies.

“The core of human factors is understanding the end users and context-of-use of a product or system. I love the challenge of taking that relatively abstract concept and applying it in the complex, evolving landscape of medical device development.”

“A client may be at the earliest stages of assessing the feasibility of their device, or may be at the point of regulatory submission, but human factors can add value and de-risk a project at each and every stage. It’s a privilege to be involved in the journey of so many life-changing products.”

Ed has a BEng in Mechanical Engineering and a MSc in Human Factors and Ergonomics from the University of Nottingham. Since then, Ed has worked on projects in all of Team’s key sectors, with a particular focus on inhaled and injected drug delivery.

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