Barnaby lives and works in Yorkshire. Having graduated from University College London with a master's degree in biomedical engineering in 2020, Barnaby is passionate about cutting-edge medical technology. Key areas of focus for Barnaby include diabetes, nanotechnology, machine learning and artificial intelligence.
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Execs On The Move: New Leaders for Vyaire, Nevro, And More In May 2023
An interactive summary of recent executive-level company changes and promotions in the medical device and diagnostics sectors.
Minute Insight: Owlstone Medical’s 'Breath Biopsy' Tech Adopted By US Military
The company will create a handheld version of its FAIMS technology, to be used in rapid testing for transmissible illnesses in combat scenarios.
Illumina Appeals FTC Decision, Grail Swings And Misses
Illumina has formally appealed the FTC’s decision to block its acquisition of Grail, just days after Grail mistakenly sent letters to patients suggesting they could have cancer.
Exec Chat: PacBio Addresses Latest Results, New Tech And Long-Read Sequencing’s Future
PacBio has been burning through investors’ cash as it works to make long-read sequencing more accessible. Neil Ward, the company’s general manager, laid out his thoughts on the technology, its place in the market and how genomics data can be both effectively and fairly utilized.
Investor Eye: A Licensing-Based Approach May Be Best For Revolutionary IP
Keeping a firm grip on one’s IP is a cornerstone of most innovative businesses. However, Robert Cote, CEO of Cote Capital, believes that if the idea is good enough to keep close, it’s good enough to license out.
The Illumina Shareholder Votes Are In, And Nobody Got What They Wanted
Carl Icahn was successful in ousting Illumina’s chair, however its CEO, Francis deSouza remains. Both analysts and investors believe this could further encourage Illumina to divest Grail.