Professor John Campbell is the co-founder of several cell therapy startups, including Resolution Therapeutics and Swarm Oncology. He brings over 30 years’ experience in the immunology and cell therapy space, with significant expertise in process development and cell therapy manufacture. John was formerly the Director of Tissues, Cells and Advanced Therapeutics and National Head of Research at the Scottish National Blood Transfusion Service in Edinburgh.
Dr Matthew Li has worked in the academic and industrial biotech fields for over 14 years, with a focus on devices, CGT R&D, and manufacturing. In his current role as Director, Cell Therapy CMC at Tome Biosciences, as well as previously at Takeda and Vor Biopharma, Matthew has been intimately involved in the due diligence, assessment, and product development of numerous emerging CGT manufacturing technologies.
Dr Paul Roberts is the co-founder of CMR Surgical, where his team developed robotic technologies enabling patient access to minimally invasive surgery. Paul has extensive experience in bringing robotics technology to market in newly regulated environments, having provided key leadership in raising the largest ever MedTech private financing round with CMR Surgical in 2021. Prior to this, Paul led and grew capabilities in complex medical device development at the Science Group Plc.
Geoffrey Hodge was most recently CEO of SOTIO Biotech US and CTO of Unum Therapeutics, both autologous cell therapy companies. Prior to cell therapy, Geoff was the co-founder of Xcellerex, where he was the primary inventor of the XDR single-use bioreactor and head of the CDMO biomanufacturing services business, which grew to $50M in revenue prior to its acquisition by GE Healthcare.
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