Mukesh Kumar, PhD

Chief Executive Officer, Founder

An innovator cum entrepreneur with over 13 years of extensive work experience and has managed a range of MedTech/biotech products. Having developed various innovative projects to address unmet clinical needs, has the breadth of experience to transfer the research output from concept/laboratory to prototyping to production stage - clinical/industrial applications. Extensive background in innovative and challenging translational projects with experience of product/business development, quality control, grant writing, advanced manufacturing processes, project management, licensing and healthcare strategy.

He helped develop medical device/diagnostic products based on electroanalytical measurements (www.bailriggd.com), immunochemical measurements, molecular diagnostic/testing, personalised oncology treatment.

Mukesh holds BEng 1st class & PhD - both from Lancaster University UK, MIT Technology Review’35 Europe 2017 Finalist, Rice Business Plan Competition (RBPC) 2012 Finalist, won various competitive innovation grants in UK/Europe and co-authored a number of high impact journals and patents.

Nick, DPhil


Nick obtained his degree and DPhil in Chemistry from Oxford, after which he worked as a research officer in the Department of Chemistry at Imperial College, and as a senior research associate in the Institute of Biotechnology at Cambridge University. He was appointed as a lecturer in Analytical Science at in 1992 and as Professor of Analytical Science in 2005.

Besides Chemistry, he has extensive experience of developing electronics and software since the 1970s.

John Sullivan


John Sullivan is an accomplished leader in Innovation-to-Market solution delivery, turning innovative technology into revenue-generating product lines in medical devices, and combo medical device pharmaceutical products. He specializes in Product Development, R&D, Commercialization, Advanced Development, Early Product Development, Transfer to Manufacturing, Total Lifecycle Management, and Digital Health.

He has served as Director of Engineering for Philips Healthcare Home Monitoring. Prior to that, he was Director of New Products & Platforms for Johnson & Johnson Diabetes Care, was Senior Director of Global Engineering Services for GE Healthcare, and was Director of Global Systems Engineering for GE Healthcare Information Technologies. He founded a startup in the digital signal processing space. He began his career at AT&T Bell Laboratories, an innovation powerhouse of its time that had developed radio astronomy, the transistor, the laser, the charge-coupled device (CCD), error-detecting and correcting codes, information theory, UNIX, C, C++, and much more.