Nigel brings financial and legal expertise to deltaDOT, and has many years’ experience in running and advising SMEs. In
addition to his MEng from Imperial College he also holds an MBA from London Business School. Nigel previously worked at
deltaDOT from 2001 for several years as Company Secretary and Financial Controller. In 2006 he set up a company based
at Saint Mary’s Hospital which performs a novel form of non-invasive surgery to treat fibroids. The equipment was sold to the
National Health Service in 2014 and investors received a 2x return. In 2010 he returned to deltaDOT by arranging a funding
round which achieved a change in the management and a complete simplification of the company’s governance structures.
Stuart co-founded deltaDOT contributing his molecular biology expertise. He has a Ph.D. in Molecular Biology from the
University of Essex, UK. His post-doctoral position was at the United States Department of Agriculture in their Plum Island
Animal Disease Center in New York State, working on Foot-and-Mouth disease. He returned to the UK to work at the
Department of Medicine at the University of Cambridge on the packaging signal of HIV-1. In 1999 he moved to the
department of Biology in Imperial College London and subsequently to the Institute of Biomedical Engineering as a
collaborating investigator. Stuart is also IP director for deltaDOT Ltd. and a core member for the BBSRC grants assessment
John co-founded deltaDOT with technology originating in the Department of High Energy Physics. He joined Imperial
College as a lecturer in 1986 and remains on the faculty. Before Imperial College, John was a research fellow at Harvard
University and Cornell University researching heavy quark decays. He was a special advisor to the House of Commons
select committee for Science and Technology, and he also founded other spin out companies from Imperial College on
physics-based technologies. John was Chief Executive Officer of deltaDOT's Qatar based sister company deltaDOT-QSTP-
Tom Witham, BSc (Hons.)
Technical Manager responsible for engineering, design and
development. He has a degree in Computer Information Systems
from University of Liverpool and is a Microsoft Certified
Professional. Tom developed the control software for
Deepika Devanur, PhD
Application Scientist, has extensive experience in the field of
analytical biochemistry. Deepika completed her undergraduate
studies in Medical Biochemistry and a PhD in the Pharmaceutical
Sciences at King's College London.
Mei-an Sung, PhD
Application Scientist, has worked closely with US collaborators as
part of the Accelerated Manufacturing of Pharmaceuticals (AMP)
consortium. Her BSc and PhD in Biochemistry were gained at
Imperial College London.
Gary Taylor, PhD
Head of Analysis, responsible for the implementation and
development of algorithms which power Deltadot’s
instrumentation. Gary came to deltaDOT after his PhD at Imperial
College in the field of High Energy Physics (CP violation in B
meson decays). Techniques from high energy particle collisions
have been adopted for deltaDOT HPCE used in PEREGRINE I.
Sam Williams, PhD
Analytical biochemist, his PhD was on the detection of
recombinant erythropoietin (EPO) in anti-doping samples
Previously worked in the Drug Control Centre at King¹s College,
London. Sam¹s major projects are on drug metabolism in
veterinary applications and their transfer to humans, part
sponsored by deltaDOT's collaboration with the RVC.
Paul is a British national of Czech origin, studied Electronics Engineering in Czechoslovakia, followed by engineering posts
with UK electronics companies in digital and computing technology. Paul is the author of patents in high power energy
transfer circuitry and digital control. He has set up a number of his own UK and Czech Republic based engineering and
manufacturing companies (e.g. Zlin Electronics Ltd., Euroelectronics, Cube Cz sro.) which were grown for a successful exit.
He was chairman of the UK Electronics Manufacturers within the PCIF in the early to mid-nineties and is a current Fellow of
the Institute of Circuit Technology. Highly experienced in electronics manufacturing, management and business exit
strategies, Paul is also Executive Producer of the music labels Cube-Metier and Cube-Bohemia.
BA (Hons.), FInst.CT
Tim holds a degree in Physics from the University of Oxford and became a research analyst with Sheppards & Chase in the
mining, oil and gas sectors. Previously he also worked for GEC Telecoms and WS Atkins. In the 1980s he gained
experience in the manufacturing sector, including in the motor industry. Tim acquired 50% of, and jointly chaired, Aston
Martin with Victor Gauntlett. His other chairmanships included Virgin Cars, Oceanic Commercial Holdings Ltd. which
owned and operated oil and gas wells in Oklahoma. Tim is an experienced Chairman and Director of a number of listed
and private businesses and an active private investor. He is Chairman of Cap Energy plc, a listed oil & gas business and
also Chairman of Jensen Cars Ltd., which is re-introducing the well-known Jensen car and brand.