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KEITH BLUNDY

KEITH BLUNDY

CEO, Storm Therapeutics

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology...

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KEITH BLUNDY

Keith became CEO of Storm Therapeutics in 2016. Prior to this, Keith was appointed CEO of CRT from 2007. He oversaw the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology Pioneer Fund in partnership with the European Investment Fund (EIF) to bridge the UK funding gap between cancer drug discovery and early treatment development. He has initiated risk sharing discovery alliances with AstraZeneca and Teva (formerly Cephalon), the establishment of CRT Inc in Boston (USA) as a business development arm of CRT and the further globalisation of CRT’s cancer IP development and commercialisation through becoming a partner of Cancer Therapeutics Pty in Melbourne, Australia.

DR ADRIAN BULL

DR ADRIAN BULL

Managing Director, Imperial College Health Partners

Adrian was appointed as Managing Director of Imperial College Health Partners in April 2013. Dr Bull began his medical career by serving for six years...

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DR ADRIAN BULL

Adrian was appointed as Managing Director of Imperial College Health Partners in April 2013. Dr Bull began his medical career by serving for six years in clinical practice in the Royal Navy, qualifying MRCGP, before continuing as an epidemiologist and Public Health consultant in the NHS. He has been the Medical Director of an NHS trust and held senior executive positions at PPP Healthcare, Carillion and Humana. From 2008 to 2013 he was Chief Executive of Queen Victoria Hospital NHS Foundation Trust.

ROEL BULTHUIS

ROEL BULTHUIS

Head, MS Ventures

Roel Bulthuis joined the biopharmaceutical division of Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany in 2006 and started MS Ventures in 2009. Previously, Roel was a ...

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ROEL BULTHUIS

Roel Bulthuis joined the biopharmaceutical division of Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany in 2006 and started MS Ventures in 2009. Previously, Roel was a Director in the Biotech Investment Banking Team at Fortis Bank, where he was responsible for the origination and execution of a wide range of financing and strategic transactions in the biotech sector based out of Amsterdam and New York. Before joining Fortis Bank, Roel worked at Devgen NV in Gent, Belgium, as a business analyst. Roel holds a Msc. in Biopharmaceutical Sciences from Leiden University, the Netherlands, and an MBA in Finance from the Helsinki School of Economics, Finland.

PAUL CUDDON

PAUL CUDDON

Director, Healthcare Equity Reasearch, Numis Securities

Paul is a highly ranked healthcare analyst with a strong interest in companies developing breakthrough drugs, devices and diagnostic tests that improv...

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PAUL KUDDON

Paul is a highly ranked healthcare analyst with a strong interest in companies developing breakthrough drugs, devices and diagnostic tests that improve outcomes for patients and reduce costs for healthcare payers. He covers a range of UK small and medium sized healthcare companies across multiple sub-sectors, whilst maintaing broad knowledge of global industry trends. He has completed multiple IPOs, secondary fundraisings and private placements and is keen to meet the next-generation of leading healthcare companies and entrepreneurs. Paul regularly contributes to discussion panels and has represented the interests of public market investors at the House of Commons, and 10 Downing Street.

DR DARRIN DISLEY

DR DARRIN DISLEY

CEO, Horizon Discovery Group

Darrin is a Cambridge PhD who has raised c$200 million of risk capital and closed c$350 million of customer deals for his various business ventures. I...

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DR DARIN DISLEY

Darrin is a Cambridge PhD who has raised c$200 million of risk capital and closed c$350 million of customer deals for his various business ventures. In March 2014 he listed Horizon Discovery Group plc on AIM achieving a placement of $113 million, an all-time record for a life science company. Since the IPO, Darrin has completed several international M&A transactions resulting in the rapid scaling of the business. In recognition of his achievements he was named Business Leader of the Year at the 2012 European Life Science Awards and recently was named Executive of the Year at the 2014 Scrip Awards and Entrepreneur of the Year at the 2014 Quoted Companies Awards.

MARY-JANE ELLIOTT

MARY-JANE ELLIOTT

CEO, Consilium Communications

Mary-Jane Elliott co-founded Consilium Strategic Communications after leading the MBO from M:Communications in 2013. She possesses almost 20 years of ...

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MARY-JAIN ELLIOT

Mary-Jane Elliott co-founded Consilium Strategic Communications after leading the MBO from M:Communications in 2013. She possesses almost 20 years of experience from leading financial PR agencies and industry roles. Before founding Consilium, Mary-Jane led M:Communications’ international healthcare team. Prior to that she was a Partner within WPP’s Buchanan Communications’ healthcare team. She has a broad range of experience across international capital markets. Mary-Jane spent six years working at PowderJect Pharmaceuticals Plc, initially as a scientist and latterly in investor relations and corporate communications, prior to the acquisition by Chiron Corporation. She started her career at Bell Laboratories Inc in Madison, Wisconsin US. As a healthcare specialist, she has a BSc (Hons) in BioMedical Sciences.

Sam-Fazeli

SAM FAZELI

BLOOMBERG INTELLIGENCE, DIRECTOR OF EMEA RESEARCH, SENIOR PHARMACEUTICAL ANALYST

Sam Fazeli is a senior analyst and the EMEA head of Bloomberg Intelligence, a dynamic platform for in-depth research available on the Bloomberg Profes...

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SAM FAZELI

Sam Fazeli is a senior analyst and the EMEA head of Bloomberg Intelligence, a dynamic platform for in-depth research available on the Bloomberg Professional service at BI. Mr. Fazeli specialses in European pharmaceuticals and biotechnology. Mr. Fazeli brings with him over 15 years of experience conducting equity research as a pharmaceutical analyst, working at firms such as Nomura International and HSBC. Prior to joining Bloomberg in 2010, Mr. Fazeli worked at Piper Jaffray, Ltd. as a pharmaceutical analyst and head of European research. Before transitioning to investment banking, Mr. Fazeli was a research scientist for seven years.Mr. Fazeli has been ranked a top analyst by both the U.K. and Pan-European Extel surveys. He received a bachelor’s of science from Cardiff University, and a Ph.D. in pharmacology from the University of London.

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NIGEL GAYMOND

Executive Chairman, British Expats for Life Sciences

Nigel Gaymond works on a wide variety of initiatives across the global life sciences landscape. His work has spanned biopharmaceuticals, diagnostics, ...

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NIGEL GAYMOND

Nigel Gaymond works on a wide variety of initiatives across the global life sciences landscape. His work has spanned biopharmaceuticals, diagnostics, medical devices and informatics – in the US, Europe and parts of Asia.In 2010, he returned home from the US to head the UK BioIndustry Association and was co-founder of Life Sciences UK.TodaynNigel continues to serve and support the UK health and life sciences via several initiatives. Recently he founded and serves as executive chairman of the Personalised Healthcare Alliance to articulate a vision for personalised healthcare in the UK, improve the life sciences environment and mobilise the UK to excel in this emerging sector. He also volunteers as a founder of Patients4Datato build public engagement and support for using patient data to improve care and fuel medical research.In addition, he tends and expands the BELS (British Expats in Life Sciences) network he founded in 2001 and which is being re-energised in 2014 to strategically harness the talent of UK diaspora who are global health and life science leaders in order to Strengthen Our United Kingdom of Life Scientists.

PETER GRANT

PETER GRANT

EX-CEO, Skyepharma

Peter Grant was appointed Chief Executive Officer on 31 January 2012. He joined the Company and was appointed to the Board as Chief Financial Officer ...

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PETER GRANT

Peter Grant was appointed Chief Executive Officer on 31 January 2012. He joined the Company and was appointed to the Board as Chief Financial Officer in November 2006 and, on taking the Chief Executive role, retained responsibility for the Group’s financial matters up to 25 November 2013. Previously, Peter Grant was Interim Chief Executive Officer of Voice Commerce Group, Group Finance Director at Eurodis Electron PLC, Chief Financial Officer at WorldPay plc and Group Finance Director, then Group Chief Executive at Molins PLC. Prior to this he held a variety of senior commercial, financial and general management roles in the General Electric Company plc group of companies. He holds an MA in Mathematics from Oxford University and is a Chartered Accountant.

DAVID GRAINGER

DAVID GRAINGER

VENTURE PARTNER, INDEX VENTURES

David joined Index in 2012 as a Venture Partner in the life sciences team. On behalf of Index Ventures, David has co-founded E3Bio, Methusalah, Purple...

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DAVID GRAINGER

David joined Index in 2012 as a Venture Partner in the life sciences team. On behalf of Index Ventures, David has co-founded E3Bio, Methusalah, Purple therapeutics and Stx Pharma. He also founded Funxional Therapeutics and XO1. He is interested in disruptive early-stage technologies, particularly in inflammation and cardiovascular biology. Prior to joining Index, David led an internationally-recognised research group in Cambridge University’s Department of Medicine, where he published more than 80 first author papers in leading journals including Nature, Science and Nature Medicine. He is an inventor on more than 150 patents and patent applications.

DEBORAH HARLAND

DEBORAH HARLAND

PARTNER, SR-ONE

Deborah joined SR One in 2005 to establish the firm’s European investment office. She brings to SR One extensive operational, drug development and lic...

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DEBORAH HARLAND

Deborah joined SR One in 2005 to establish the firm’s European investment office. She brings to SR One extensive operational, drug development and licensing experience gained through numerous roles held in clinical development, medical affairs and business development during her more than 20 year tenure in the pharmaceutical industry. Deborah is currently a member of the Board of Directors of Asceneuron SA, Atopix Therapeutics, Bicycle Therapeutics, F-star, Mission Therapeutics and VHsquared and is an independent Director on the Board of Cancer Research Technology, the specialist commercialisation and development arm of Cancer Research UK, the world’s largest cancer research charity. She was previously a member of the Board of Directors of Addex Pharmaceuticals (IPO, SIX Swiss Exchange, 2007), Pharmakodex Limited (sold to Orexo) and Syntaxin Limited (sold to Ipsen) and an observer on the Boards of Ablynx (IPO, Euronext Brussels 2007) and 7TM Pharma.

AXEL HEITMULLER

AXEL HEITMULLER

DIRECTOR STRATEGY AND COMMERCE, IMPERIAL COLLEGE HEALTH PARTNERS

Axel has been involved with Imperial College Health Partners since its conception in 2011 as an Interim Director and joined the partnership full-time ...

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AXEL HEITMULLER

Axel has been involved with Imperial College Health Partners since its conception in 2011 as an Interim Director and joined the partnership full-time in August 2013 as Director of Strategy and Commerce. Prior to joining the partnership, Axel was Executive Director of Strategy and Business Development at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. He brings a broad range of experience from academia and central government where he was Deputy Director and Chief Analyst at the Prime Minister’s Strategy Unit in Cabinet Office and No 10.

TIM LUKER

TIM LUKER

DIRECTOR, EXTERNAL INNOVATION, GLOBAL EXTERNAL R&D, ELI LILLY

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FRANCOIS MARTELET

FRANCOIS MARTELET

CEO, NETSCIENTIFIC

François joined NetScientific in 2015. He brings over 20 years of biopharma experience and a proven track record of shaping and developing businesses ...

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FRANCOIS MARTELET

François joined NetScientific in 2015. He brings over 20 years of biopharma experience and a proven track record of shaping and developing businesses to deliver returns. He has broad experience in both large and small companies, deep knowledge of commercialisation and has proven managerial capabilities Previously, François served as senior advisor to the CEO and Interim SVP at Stallergenes SA where he was responsible for international commercial strategies. During this period, sales revenues grew by 20+% and various new products were launched, including Oralair®, into ex-US markets. Before this, he was CEO at Topotarget A/S, a publicly traded European biotech company specialised in oncology therapeutics which he successfully transformed from a research based organisation into a late-stage clinical development company ready for a European exit.

KEITH POWELL

KEITH POWELL

CHAIRMAN, DOMAINEX

Keith has been in Biotechnology since it started. Having worked for GSK and ICI/Zeneca in genetics/molecular biology he led several large groups inclu...

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KEITH POWELL

Keith has been in Biotechnology since it started. Having worked for GSK and ICI/Zeneca in genetics/molecular biology he led several large groups including Discovery, finally running the patent group. He then left for the USA and worked in a company on the West Coast, Maxygen, leading the small molecule group through the IPO and growing a business which eventually spun out as “Codexis”. On coming back to the UK, Keith worked with a fund called BBSF and acted as CEO for several of the companies in the portfolio, including Spear, sold to Advent International. He led Domainex through a merger with NCE to form a successful business in protein structure-based chemistry. Polytherics was built through organic growth since 2005 to a company of >30 people. Keith is currently chairman of Domainex, Biomoti and Canbex.

GRAZIANO SEGHEZZI

GRAZIANO SEGHEZZI

PARTNER, SOFINNOVA PARTNERS

He joined the firm in 2006, and primarily invests in biopharmaceutical companies. Prior to joining Sofinnova, Graziano was a principal at Index Ventur...

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GRAZIANO SEGHEZZI

He joined the firm in 2006, and primarily invests in biopharmaceutical companies. Prior to joining Sofinnova, Graziano was a principal at Index Ventures in Geneva, Switzerland, where he invested in biotechnology and biopharmaceuticals companies. Before this, he worked for Sofinnova Partners, identifying new investment opportunities in Italian pharmaceutical and medical device companies. Graziano began his career as a biomedical researcher at New York University’s School of Medicine, where he gained five years of hands-on experience studying the molecular mechanism of angiogenesis in oncology and cardiovascular diseases. Graziano has invested in Creabilis Therapeutics (Italy), a specialty dermatology company; Crescendo Biologics (UK), a fragment antibody company; GlycoVaxyn (Switzerland), a bacterial vaccines company; Hookipa Biotech (Austria), a viral vaccines company; Mission Therapeutics (UK), an oncology company; and Omthera (USA), in cardiovascular disorders. Graziano is a board member of each company. Graziano has a degree in genetics and microbiology from the University of Pavia (Italy) and an MBA from the RSM, Erasmus University (Netherlands).

ADAM STOTEN

ADAM STOTEN

DEPUTY HEAD OF TECHNOLOGY, ISIS INNOVATIONS

Adam joined Isis in the role of Deputy Head of Technology Transfer in 2013, with specific responsibility for commercialisation of life/medical science...

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ADAM STOTEN

Adam joined Isis in the role of Deputy Head of Technology Transfer in 2013, with specific responsibility for commercialisation of life/medical science technologies originating from Oxford research. Adam has worked for more than a decade in the pharma/biotech sector in commercial roles encompassing business development and licensing, new venture formation, product development, lobbying/advocacy and general management. Between 2010 and 2013 Adam worked as Deputy General Manager for the Oxford-Emergent Tuberculosis Consortium Ltd, a joint venture he helped establish between the University of Oxford and Emergent BioSolutions Inc, which conducted the first ever efficacy study of a new TB vaccine in infants.

MARTIN WALTON

MARTIN WALTON

CEO, EXCALIBUR GROUP

Martin is CEO responsible for all the investment and business activities of Excalibur and its subsidiary companies. In addition to managing Excalibur’...

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MARTIN WALTON

Martin is CEO responsible for all the investment and business activities of Excalibur and its subsidiary companies. In addition to managing Excalibur’s existing activities, this involves the evaluation, implementation and oversight of new initiatives conceived with and by group chairman, Professor Sir Chris Evans OBE. Martin joined the company in early 2011 after a 25-year career in the capital markets, as an investment banker for several major banks and also as an investor in medical and other sectors, having run investment and trading businesses, private equity portfolios and hedge funds with assets in excess of $8bn, in the UK, USA, Ireland, Canada and China.

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david macmurchy

Head of Life Sciences, EY

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nigel pitchford

CEO, Imperial Innovations

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology...

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KEITH BLUNDY

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology Pioneer Fund in partnership with the European Investment Fund (EIF) to bridge the UK funding gap between cancer drug discovery and early treatment development. He has initiated risk sharing discovery alliances with AstraZeneca and Teva (formerly Cephalon), the establishment of CRT Inc in Boston (USA) as a business development arm of CRT and the further globalisation of CRT’s cancer IP development and commercialisation through becoming a partner of Cancer Therapeutics Pty in Melbourne, Australia.

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Andrea Ponti

Partner and Founder, GHO Capital

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology...

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KEITH BLUNDY

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology Pioneer Fund in partnership with the European Investment Fund (EIF) to bridge the UK funding gap between cancer drug discovery and early treatment development. He has initiated risk sharing discovery alliances with AstraZeneca and Teva (formerly Cephalon), the establishment of CRT Inc in Boston (USA) as a business development arm of CRT and the further globalisation of CRT’s cancer IP development and commercialisation through becoming a partner of Cancer Therapeutics Pty in Melbourne, Australia.

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gil-bar nahum

Managing Director, Jefferies

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology...

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KEITH BLUNDY

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology Pioneer Fund in partnership with the European Investment Fund (EIF) to bridge the UK funding gap between cancer drug discovery and early treatment development. He has initiated risk sharing discovery alliances with AstraZeneca and Teva (formerly Cephalon), the establishment of CRT Inc in Boston (USA) as a business development arm of CRT and the further globalisation of CRT’s cancer IP development and commercialisation through becoming a partner of Cancer Therapeutics Pty in Melbourne, Australia.

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peter george

Non-Executive Director, Clinigen

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology...

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KEITH BLUNDY

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology Pioneer Fund in partnership with the European Investment Fund (EIF) to bridge the UK funding gap between cancer drug discovery and early treatment development. He has initiated risk sharing discovery alliances with AstraZeneca and Teva (formerly Cephalon), the establishment of CRT Inc in Boston (USA) as a business development arm of CRT and the further globalisation of CRT’s cancer IP development and commercialisation through becoming a partner of Cancer Therapeutics Pty in Melbourne, Australia.

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stewart kay

Director, Transactions, GSK

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology...

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KEITH BLUNDY

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology Pioneer Fund in partnership with the European Investment Fund (EIF) to bridge the UK funding gap between cancer drug discovery and early treatment development. He has initiated risk sharing discovery alliances with AstraZeneca and Teva (formerly Cephalon), the establishment of CRT Inc in Boston (USA) as a business development arm of CRT and the further globalisation of CRT’s cancer IP development and commercialisation through becoming a partner of Cancer Therapeutics Pty in Melbourne, Australia.

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Genghis lloyd-harris

Partner, Abingworth

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology...

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KEITH BLUNDY

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology Pioneer Fund in partnership with the European Investment Fund (EIF) to bridge the UK funding gap between cancer drug discovery and early treatment development. He has initiated risk sharing discovery alliances with AstraZeneca and Teva (formerly Cephalon), the establishment of CRT Inc in Boston (USA) as a business development arm of CRT and the further globalisation of CRT’s cancer IP development and commercialisation through becoming a partner of Cancer Therapeutics Pty in Melbourne, Australia.

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andy smith

CEO, Mann Bioinvest

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology...

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KEITH BLUNDY

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology Pioneer Fund in partnership with the European Investment Fund (EIF) to bridge the UK funding gap between cancer drug discovery and early treatment development. He has initiated risk sharing discovery alliances with AstraZeneca and Teva (formerly Cephalon), the establishment of CRT Inc in Boston (USA) as a business development arm of CRT and the further globalisation of CRT’s cancer IP development and commercialisation through becoming a partner of Cancer Therapeutics Pty in Melbourne, Australia.

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peter dines

Life Science Entrepreneur and Investor, Mercia Fund

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology...

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KEITH BLUNDY

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology Pioneer Fund in partnership with the European Investment Fund (EIF) to bridge the UK funding gap between cancer drug discovery and early treatment development. He has initiated risk sharing discovery alliances with AstraZeneca and Teva (formerly Cephalon), the establishment of CRT Inc in Boston (USA) as a business development arm of CRT and the further globalisation of CRT’s cancer IP development and commercialisation through becoming a partner of Cancer Therapeutics Pty in Melbourne, Australia.

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Paul Tomasic

Managing Director, European Head of Healthcare, RBC Capital

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology...

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KEITH BLUNDY

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology Pioneer Fund in partnership with the European Investment Fund (EIF) to bridge the UK funding gap between cancer drug discovery and early treatment development. He has initiated risk sharing discovery alliances with AstraZeneca and Teva (formerly Cephalon), the establishment of CRT Inc in Boston (USA) as a business development arm of CRT and the further globalisation of CRT’s cancer IP development and commercialisation through becoming a partner of Cancer Therapeutics Pty in Melbourne, Australia.

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geoff nash

Director, Corporate Finance, Finncap

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology...

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KEITH BLUNDY

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology Pioneer Fund in partnership with the European Investment Fund (EIF) to bridge the UK funding gap between cancer drug discovery and early treatment development. He has initiated risk sharing discovery alliances with AstraZeneca and Teva (formerly Cephalon), the establishment of CRT Inc in Boston (USA) as a business development arm of CRT and the further globalisation of CRT’s cancer IP development and commercialisation through becoming a partner of Cancer Therapeutics Pty in Melbourne, Australia.

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simon kerry

CEO, Karus Therapeutics

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology...

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KEITH BLUNDY

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology Pioneer Fund in partnership with the European Investment Fund (EIF) to bridge the UK funding gap between cancer drug discovery and early treatment development. He has initiated risk sharing discovery alliances with AstraZeneca and Teva (formerly Cephalon), the establishment of CRT Inc in Boston (USA) as a business development arm of CRT and the further globalisation of CRT’s cancer IP development and commercialisation through becoming a partner of Cancer Therapeutics Pty in Melbourne, Australia.

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chris golden

Corporate Finance Executive, Cenkos Securities

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology...

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KEITH BLUNDY

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology Pioneer Fund in partnership with the European Investment Fund (EIF) to bridge the UK funding gap between cancer drug discovery and early treatment development. He has initiated risk sharing discovery alliances with AstraZeneca and Teva (formerly Cephalon), the establishment of CRT Inc in Boston (USA) as a business development arm of CRT and the further globalisation of CRT’s cancer IP development and commercialisation through becoming a partner of Cancer Therapeutics Pty in Melbourne, Australia.

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eva lotta-allan

CBO, Immunocore

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology...

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KEITH BLUNDY

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology Pioneer Fund in partnership with the European Investment Fund (EIF) to bridge the UK funding gap between cancer drug discovery and early treatment development. He has initiated risk sharing discovery alliances with AstraZeneca and Teva (formerly Cephalon), the establishment of CRT Inc in Boston (USA) as a business development arm of CRT and the further globalisation of CRT’s cancer IP development and commercialisation through becoming a partner of Cancer Therapeutics Pty in Melbourne, Australia.

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Mike Mitchell

Director, Equity Research, Panmure Gordon

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology...

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KEITH BLUNDY

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology Pioneer Fund in partnership with the European Investment Fund (EIF) to bridge the UK funding gap between cancer drug discovery and early treatment development. He has initiated risk sharing discovery alliances with AstraZeneca and Teva (formerly Cephalon), the establishment of CRT Inc in Boston (USA) as a business development arm of CRT and the further globalisation of CRT’s cancer IP development and commercialisation through becoming a partner of Cancer Therapeutics Pty in Melbourne, Australia.

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eliot forster

CEO, Immunocore

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology...

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KEITH BLUNDY

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology Pioneer Fund in partnership with the European Investment Fund (EIF) to bridge the UK funding gap between cancer drug discovery and early treatment development. He has initiated risk sharing discovery alliances with AstraZeneca and Teva (formerly Cephalon), the establishment of CRT Inc in Boston (USA) as a business development arm of CRT and the further globalisation of CRT’s cancer IP development and commercialisation through becoming a partner of Cancer Therapeutics Pty in Melbourne, Australia.

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timothy herpin

Vice-President, Strategic Partnering & Business Development, Oncology & STL, AstraZeneca

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology...

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KEITH BLUNDY

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology Pioneer Fund in partnership with the European Investment Fund (EIF) to bridge the UK funding gap between cancer drug discovery and early treatment development. He has initiated risk sharing discovery alliances with AstraZeneca and Teva (formerly Cephalon), the establishment of CRT Inc in Boston (USA) as a business development arm of CRT and the further globalisation of CRT’s cancer IP development and commercialisation through becoming a partner of Cancer Therapeutics Pty in Melbourne, Australia.

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tony hickson

Managing Director, Technology Transfer, Imperial Innovations

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology...

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KEITH BLUNDY

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology Pioneer Fund in partnership with the European Investment Fund (EIF) to bridge the UK funding gap between cancer drug discovery and early treatment development. He has initiated risk sharing discovery alliances with AstraZeneca and Teva (formerly Cephalon), the establishment of CRT Inc in Boston (USA) as a business development arm of CRT and the further globalisation of CRT’s cancer IP development and commercialisation through becoming a partner of Cancer Therapeutics Pty in Melbourne, Australia.

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Vijay barathan

CIO, Netscientific

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology...

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KEITH BLUNDY

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology Pioneer Fund in partnership with the European Investment Fund (EIF) to bridge the UK funding gap between cancer drug discovery and early treatment development. He has initiated risk sharing discovery alliances with AstraZeneca and Teva (formerly Cephalon), the establishment of CRT Inc in Boston (USA) as a business development arm of CRT and the further globalisation of CRT’s cancer IP development and commercialisation through becoming a partner of Cancer Therapeutics Pty in Melbourne, Australia.

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peter finan

Venture Partner, Epidarex

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology...

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KEITH BLUNDY

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology Pioneer Fund in partnership with the European Investment Fund (EIF) to bridge the UK funding gap between cancer drug discovery and early treatment development. He has initiated risk sharing discovery alliances with AstraZeneca and Teva (formerly Cephalon), the establishment of CRT Inc in Boston (USA) as a business development arm of CRT and the further globalisation of CRT’s cancer IP development and commercialisation through becoming a partner of Cancer Therapeutics Pty in Melbourne, Australia.

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mark brewer

Senior Life Sciences Analyst, Finncap

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology...

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KEITH BLUNDY

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology Pioneer Fund in partnership with the European Investment Fund (EIF) to bridge the UK funding gap between cancer drug discovery and early treatment development. He has initiated risk sharing discovery alliances with AstraZeneca and Teva (formerly Cephalon), the establishment of CRT Inc in Boston (USA) as a business development arm of CRT and the further globalisation of CRT’s cancer IP development and commercialisation through becoming a partner of Cancer Therapeutics Pty in Melbourne, Australia.

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nicholas keher

Director, RBC Capital

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology...

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KEITH BLUNDY

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology Pioneer Fund in partnership with the European Investment Fund (EIF) to bridge the UK funding gap between cancer drug discovery and early treatment development. He has initiated risk sharing discovery alliances with AstraZeneca and Teva (formerly Cephalon), the establishment of CRT Inc in Boston (USA) as a business development arm of CRT and the further globalisation of CRT’s cancer IP development and commercialisation through becoming a partner of Cancer Therapeutics Pty in Melbourne, Australia.

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adam stoten

Head of Technology Transfer, Life Sciences, Isis Innovations

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology...

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KEITH BLUNDY

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology Pioneer Fund in partnership with the European Investment Fund (EIF) to bridge the UK funding gap between cancer drug discovery and early treatment development. He has initiated risk sharing discovery alliances with AstraZeneca and Teva (formerly Cephalon), the establishment of CRT Inc in Boston (USA) as a business development arm of CRT and the further globalisation of CRT’s cancer IP development and commercialisation through becoming a partner of Cancer Therapeutics Pty in Melbourne, Australia.

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iain thomas

Head of Life Science, Cambridge Entreprise

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology...

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KEITH BLUNDY

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology Pioneer Fund in partnership with the European Investment Fund (EIF) to bridge the UK funding gap between cancer drug discovery and early treatment development. He has initiated risk sharing discovery alliances with AstraZeneca and Teva (formerly Cephalon), the establishment of CRT Inc in Boston (USA) as a business development arm of CRT and the further globalisation of CRT’s cancer IP development and commercialisation through becoming a partner of Cancer Therapeutics Pty in Melbourne, Australia.

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steve walls

UK & European Patent Attorney (Senior Associate), Gill Jennings & Every

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology...

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KEITH BLUNDY

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology Pioneer Fund in partnership with the European Investment Fund (EIF) to bridge the UK funding gap between cancer drug discovery and early treatment development. He has initiated risk sharing discovery alliances with AstraZeneca and Teva (formerly Cephalon), the establishment of CRT Inc in Boston (USA) as a business development arm of CRT and the further globalisation of CRT’s cancer IP development and commercialisation through becoming a partner of Cancer Therapeutics Pty in Melbourne, Australia.

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mary clark

Managing Director, Hume Brophy

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology...

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KEITH BLUNDY

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology Pioneer Fund in partnership with the European Investment Fund (EIF) to bridge the UK funding gap between cancer drug discovery and early treatment development. He has initiated risk sharing discovery alliances with AstraZeneca and Teva (formerly Cephalon), the establishment of CRT Inc in Boston (USA) as a business development arm of CRT and the further globalisation of CRT’s cancer IP development and commercialisation through becoming a partner of Cancer Therapeutics Pty in Melbourne, Australia.

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Surani Fernando

Editor, EMEA, BioPharm Insight

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology...

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KEITH BLUNDY

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology Pioneer Fund in partnership with the European Investment Fund (EIF) to bridge the UK funding gap between cancer drug discovery and early treatment development. He has initiated risk sharing discovery alliances with AstraZeneca and Teva (formerly Cephalon), the establishment of CRT Inc in Boston (USA) as a business development arm of CRT and the further globalisation of CRT’s cancer IP development and commercialisation through becoming a partner of Cancer Therapeutics Pty in Melbourne, Australia.

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laurence barker

CBO, Dementia Discovery Fund, SV Life Sciences

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology...

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KEITH BLUNDY

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology Pioneer Fund in partnership with the European Investment Fund (EIF) to bridge the UK funding gap between cancer drug discovery and early treatment development. He has initiated risk sharing discovery alliances with AstraZeneca and Teva (formerly Cephalon), the establishment of CRT Inc in Boston (USA) as a business development arm of CRT and the further globalisation of CRT’s cancer IP development and commercialisation through becoming a partner of Cancer Therapeutics Pty in Melbourne, Australia.

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paul claydon

Partner, Covington & Burling

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology...

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KEITH BLUNDY

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology Pioneer Fund in partnership with the European Investment Fund (EIF) to bridge the UK funding gap between cancer drug discovery and early treatment development. He has initiated risk sharing discovery alliances with AstraZeneca and Teva (formerly Cephalon), the establishment of CRT Inc in Boston (USA) as a business development arm of CRT and the further globalisation of CRT’s cancer IP development and commercialisation through becoming a partner of Cancer Therapeutics Pty in Melbourne, Australia.

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richard fagan

Director BioPharm, ICL Business

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology...

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KEITH BLUNDY

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology Pioneer Fund in partnership with the European Investment Fund (EIF) to bridge the UK funding gap between cancer drug discovery and early treatment development. He has initiated risk sharing discovery alliances with AstraZeneca and Teva (formerly Cephalon), the establishment of CRT Inc in Boston (USA) as a business development arm of CRT and the further globalisation of CRT’s cancer IP development and commercialisation through becoming a partner of Cancer Therapeutics Pty in Melbourne, Australia.

yvonne naughton

yvonne naughton

Head of External Science & Partnering UK & Ireland, Sanofi

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology...

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KEITH BLUNDY

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology Pioneer Fund in partnership with the European Investment Fund (EIF) to bridge the UK funding gap between cancer drug discovery and early treatment development. He has initiated risk sharing discovery alliances with AstraZeneca and Teva (formerly Cephalon), the establishment of CRT Inc in Boston (USA) as a business development arm of CRT and the further globalisation of CRT’s cancer IP development and commercialisation through becoming a partner of Cancer Therapeutics Pty in Melbourne, Australia.

charles bridgen

charles bridgen

SVP, Head of Business Development, BTG

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology...

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KEITH BLUNDY

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology Pioneer Fund in partnership with the European Investment Fund (EIF) to bridge the UK funding gap between cancer drug discovery and early treatment development. He has initiated risk sharing discovery alliances with AstraZeneca and Teva (formerly Cephalon), the establishment of CRT Inc in Boston (USA) as a business development arm of CRT and the further globalisation of CRT’s cancer IP development and commercialisation through becoming a partner of Cancer Therapeutics Pty in Melbourne, Australia.

james shaw

james shaw

Co-Founder, JAG Shaw Baker

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology...

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KEITH BLUNDY

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology Pioneer Fund in partnership with the European Investment Fund (EIF) to bridge the UK funding gap between cancer drug discovery and early treatment development. He has initiated risk sharing discovery alliances with AstraZeneca and Teva (formerly Cephalon), the establishment of CRT Inc in Boston (USA) as a business development arm of CRT and the further globalisation of CRT’s cancer IP development and commercialisation through becoming a partner of Cancer Therapeutics Pty in Melbourne, Australia.

gary green

gary green

Partner, CMS Cameron McKenna

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology...

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KEITH BLUNDY

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology Pioneer Fund in partnership with the European Investment Fund (EIF) to bridge the UK funding gap between cancer drug discovery and early treatment development. He has initiated risk sharing discovery alliances with AstraZeneca and Teva (formerly Cephalon), the establishment of CRT Inc in Boston (USA) as a business development arm of CRT and the further globalisation of CRT’s cancer IP development and commercialisation through becoming a partner of Cancer Therapeutics Pty in Melbourne, Australia.

sarah hanson

sarah hanson

Head of CMS Commercial Law Group, CMS Cameron McKenna

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology...

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KEITH BLUNDY

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology Pioneer Fund in partnership with the European Investment Fund (EIF) to bridge the UK funding gap between cancer drug discovery and early treatment development. He has initiated risk sharing discovery alliances with AstraZeneca and Teva (formerly Cephalon), the establishment of CRT Inc in Boston (USA) as a business development arm of CRT and the further globalisation of CRT’s cancer IP development and commercialisation through becoming a partner of Cancer Therapeutics Pty in Melbourne, Australia.

mike capaldi

mike capaldi

CEO, Sunergos Innovations

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology...

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KEITH BLUNDY

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology Pioneer Fund in partnership with the European Investment Fund (EIF) to bridge the UK funding gap between cancer drug discovery and early treatment development. He has initiated risk sharing discovery alliances with AstraZeneca and Teva (formerly Cephalon), the establishment of CRT Inc in Boston (USA) as a business development arm of CRT and the further globalisation of CRT’s cancer IP development and commercialisation through becoming a partner of Cancer Therapeutics Pty in Melbourne, Australia.

elizabeth klein

elizabeth klein

CEO & Founder, Klein-Edmonds Associates

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology...

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KEITH BLUNDY

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology Pioneer Fund in partnership with the European Investment Fund (EIF) to bridge the UK funding gap between cancer drug discovery and early treatment development. He has initiated risk sharing discovery alliances with AstraZeneca and Teva (formerly Cephalon), the establishment of CRT Inc in Boston (USA) as a business development arm of CRT and the further globalisation of CRT’s cancer IP development and commercialisation through becoming a partner of Cancer Therapeutics Pty in Melbourne, Australia.

clare terlouw

clare terlouw

Managing Director, Corporate Broking and Advisory, Numis Securities

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology...

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KEITH BLUNDY

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology Pioneer Fund in partnership with the European Investment Fund (EIF) to bridge the UK funding gap between cancer drug discovery and early treatment development. He has initiated risk sharing discovery alliances with AstraZeneca and Teva (formerly Cephalon), the establishment of CRT Inc in Boston (USA) as a business development arm of CRT and the further globalisation of CRT’s cancer IP development and commercialisation through becoming a partner of Cancer Therapeutics Pty in Melbourne, Australia.

clive cookson

clive cookson

Science Editor, Financial Times

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology...

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KEITH BLUNDY

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology Pioneer Fund in partnership with the European Investment Fund (EIF) to bridge the UK funding gap between cancer drug discovery and early treatment development. He has initiated risk sharing discovery alliances with AstraZeneca and Teva (formerly Cephalon), the establishment of CRT Inc in Boston (USA) as a business development arm of CRT and the further globalisation of CRT’s cancer IP development and commercialisation through becoming a partner of Cancer Therapeutics Pty in Melbourne, Australia.

andrew elder

andrew elder

Partner, Albion Ventures

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology...

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KEITH BLUNDY

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology Pioneer Fund in partnership with the European Investment Fund (EIF) to bridge the UK funding gap between cancer drug discovery and early treatment development. He has initiated risk sharing discovery alliances with AstraZeneca and Teva (formerly Cephalon), the establishment of CRT Inc in Boston (USA) as a business development arm of CRT and the further globalisation of CRT’s cancer IP development and commercialisation through becoming a partner of Cancer Therapeutics Pty in Melbourne, Australia.

christoph ruedig

christoph ruedig

Partner, Albion Ventures

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology...

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KEITH BLUNDY

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology Pioneer Fund in partnership with the European Investment Fund (EIF) to bridge the UK funding gap between cancer drug discovery and early treatment development. He has initiated risk sharing discovery alliances with AstraZeneca and Teva (formerly Cephalon), the establishment of CRT Inc in Boston (USA) as a business development arm of CRT and the further globalisation of CRT’s cancer IP development and commercialisation through becoming a partner of Cancer Therapeutics Pty in Melbourne, Australia.

sue charles

sue charles

Managing Partner, Life Sciences, Instinctif Partners

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology...

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KEITH BLUNDY

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology Pioneer Fund in partnership with the European Investment Fund (EIF) to bridge the UK funding gap between cancer drug discovery and early treatment development. He has initiated risk sharing discovery alliances with AstraZeneca and Teva (formerly Cephalon), the establishment of CRT Inc in Boston (USA) as a business development arm of CRT and the further globalisation of CRT’s cancer IP development and commercialisation through becoming a partner of Cancer Therapeutics Pty in Melbourne, Australia.

simon conway

simon conway

Senior Managing Director, Strategic Communications, FTI Consulting

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology...

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KEITH BLUNDY

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology Pioneer Fund in partnership with the European Investment Fund (EIF) to bridge the UK funding gap between cancer drug discovery and early treatment development. He has initiated risk sharing discovery alliances with AstraZeneca and Teva (formerly Cephalon), the establishment of CRT Inc in Boston (USA) as a business development arm of CRT and the further globalisation of CRT’s cancer IP development and commercialisation through becoming a partner of Cancer Therapeutics Pty in Melbourne, Australia.

john rountree

john rountree

Managing Partner, Novasecta

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology...

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KEITH BLUNDY

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology Pioneer Fund in partnership with the European Investment Fund (EIF) to bridge the UK funding gap between cancer drug discovery and early treatment development. He has initiated risk sharing discovery alliances with AstraZeneca and Teva (formerly Cephalon), the establishment of CRT Inc in Boston (USA) as a business development arm of CRT and the further globalisation of CRT’s cancer IP development and commercialisation through becoming a partner of Cancer Therapeutics Pty in Melbourne, Australia.

mick cooper

mick cooper

Healthcare and Life Sciences Analyst, Trinity Delta

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology...

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KEITH BLUNDY

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology Pioneer Fund in partnership with the European Investment Fund (EIF) to bridge the UK funding gap between cancer drug discovery and early treatment development. He has initiated risk sharing discovery alliances with AstraZeneca and Teva (formerly Cephalon), the establishment of CRT Inc in Boston (USA) as a business development arm of CRT and the further globalisation of CRT’s cancer IP development and commercialisation through becoming a partner of Cancer Therapeutics Pty in Melbourne, Australia.

andrew farquharson

andrew farquharson

Director, Technology Transfer, MRC Technology

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology...

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KEITH BLUNDY

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology Pioneer Fund in partnership with the European Investment Fund (EIF) to bridge the UK funding gap between cancer drug discovery and early treatment development. He has initiated risk sharing discovery alliances with AstraZeneca and Teva (formerly Cephalon), the establishment of CRT Inc in Boston (USA) as a business development arm of CRT and the further globalisation of CRT’s cancer IP development and commercialisation through becoming a partner of Cancer Therapeutics Pty in Melbourne, Australia.

ian Tomlinson

ian Tomlinson

Chairman of the Investment Committee, Apollo Investment Committee

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology...

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KEITH BLUNDY

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology Pioneer Fund in partnership with the European Investment Fund (EIF) to bridge the UK funding gap between cancer drug discovery and early treatment development. He has initiated risk sharing discovery alliances with AstraZeneca and Teva (formerly Cephalon), the establishment of CRT Inc in Boston (USA) as a business development arm of CRT and the further globalisation of CRT’s cancer IP development and commercialisation through becoming a partner of Cancer Therapeutics Pty in Melbourne, Australia.

asaf Homossany

asaf Homossany

Managing Director, Nasdaq

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology...

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KEITH BLUNDY

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology Pioneer Fund in partnership with the European Investment Fund (EIF) to bridge the UK funding gap between cancer drug discovery and early treatment development. He has initiated risk sharing discovery alliances with AstraZeneca and Teva (formerly Cephalon), the establishment of CRT Inc in Boston (USA) as a business development arm of CRT and the further globalisation of CRT’s cancer IP development and commercialisation through becoming a partner of Cancer Therapeutics Pty in Melbourne, Australia.

stefan kecman

stefan kecman

Associate, White & Case

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology...

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KEITH BLUNDY

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology Pioneer Fund in partnership with the European Investment Fund (EIF) to bridge the UK funding gap between cancer drug discovery and early treatment development. He has initiated risk sharing discovery alliances with AstraZeneca and Teva (formerly Cephalon), the establishment of CRT Inc in Boston (USA) as a business development arm of CRT and the further globalisation of CRT’s cancer IP development and commercialisation through becoming a partner of Cancer Therapeutics Pty in Melbourne, Australia.

sam williams

sam williams

Head, Biotech, IP Group

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology...

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KEITH BLUNDY

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology Pioneer Fund in partnership with the European Investment Fund (EIF) to bridge the UK funding gap between cancer drug discovery and early treatment development. He has initiated risk sharing discovery alliances with AstraZeneca and Teva (formerly Cephalon), the establishment of CRT Inc in Boston (USA) as a business development arm of CRT and the further globalisation of CRT’s cancer IP development and commercialisation through becoming a partner of Cancer Therapeutics Pty in Melbourne, Australia.

bianca coulter

bianca coulter

CEO, Coulter Partners

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology...

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KEITH BLUNDY

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology Pioneer Fund in partnership with the European Investment Fund (EIF) to bridge the UK funding gap between cancer drug discovery and early treatment development. He has initiated risk sharing discovery alliances with AstraZeneca and Teva (formerly Cephalon), the establishment of CRT Inc in Boston (USA) as a business development arm of CRT and the further globalisation of CRT’s cancer IP development and commercialisation through becoming a partner of Cancer Therapeutics Pty in Melbourne, Australia.

chris blackwell

chris blackwell

Director, Promentra

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology...

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KEITH BLUNDY

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology Pioneer Fund in partnership with the European Investment Fund (EIF) to bridge the UK funding gap between cancer drug discovery and early treatment development. He has initiated risk sharing discovery alliances with AstraZeneca and Teva (formerly Cephalon), the establishment of CRT Inc in Boston (USA) as a business development arm of CRT and the further globalisation of CRT’s cancer IP development and commercialisation through becoming a partner of Cancer Therapeutics Pty in Melbourne, Australia.

philip broke

philip broke

Partner, White & Case

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology...

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KEITH BLUNDY

Keith joined CRT in 1998, became COO in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2007. Since then he has overseen the launch of a £50m Cancer Research Technology Pioneer Fund in partnership with the European Investment Fund (EIF) to bridge the UK funding gap between cancer drug discovery and early treatment development. He has initiated risk sharing discovery alliances with AstraZeneca and Teva (formerly Cephalon), the establishment of CRT Inc in Boston (USA) as a business development arm of CRT and the further globalisation of CRT’s cancer IP development and commercialisation through becoming a partner of Cancer Therapeutics Pty in Melbourne, Australia.

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