Nick is Professor of Regenerative Medicine Manufacture at Loughborough University and Director of the EPSRC Centre for Innovative Manufacturing in Regenerative Medicine.
Nick has experience in regenerative medicine development building on a career in industry as a chemist and chemical engineer. Regenerative medicine is the application of living cells and tissues to resolve disease or injury. It has the potential to revolutionise healthcare. It has been named by the government as one of the priority technologies for UK competitiveness. The market has a global value estimated to be worth $20 billion by 2025.
Nick is a Chartered Chemist and a Chartered Chemical Engineer, and he has spent a significant amount of his career working within Smith & Nephew. Nick also has experience in quality assurance, process design, regulatory affairs and economic analysis.
His specialties include: project cost projections and cost control, advice to grant funding bodies, set up and management of cleanroom facilities and pilot plant, application of healthcare regulations to new medical product development, project planning and control, the construction of efficient Quality Management Systems for medical research programmes.
He was made Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering in 2011.