Thomas is an electronics and software engineer. His role consists of electronics design and embedded software development for product development projects.

“I work with Team’s software and electronics group on embedded applications – the beating heart of medical devices. Knowing that the work I do could save, or improve, lives is what drives me.”

“Team has a raft of experience, specialising in medical device development, which is what attracted me to join.”

Before joining Team, Thomas worked for SLE in London; a company specialising in neonatal ventilator systems. During this time, he gained experience in embedded firmware for device communications, electronics verification testing, and electronics design, whilst also developing an understanding of the regulatory framework of safety critical medical devices.

Thomas has an MEng in Biomedical Engineering from Imperial College London. His Master’s project involved the design of the electronics, and embedded firmware, used to continuously monitor glucose, lactate, and potassium in traumatic brain injury patients. This followed from his earlier project in developing the embedded firmware for a continuous glucose monitoring device as part of a research group at Imperial College London.