We are pleased to welcome Ramisha Rehman to Neotherix who has joined as Translational Projects Manager. Ramisha joins us from the University of Leeds where she was a Curriculum Development Officer for the National MedTech Skills Academy project having previously completed a PhD in Medical and Healthcare Technologies at the University of Bradford.
Ramisha will be responsible for managing Neotherix' participation in the NIHR-funded Seton-Scaffold project ("Transforming treatment of fistula-in-ano: a novel bioresorbable Seton-Scaffold"). She will also play a key role in the progression of Neotherix' other translational projects (EktoTherix, RegeniTherix and PhotoTherix) with a view to engaging with partners for the next steps in the commercialisation of these product opportunities.
After more than 11 years, Dr Peter Iddon has decided that this is the right time to plan his next move and he has now stepped down from his Development Manager position. He will switch to a consultancy role with Neotherix as we transition to a new business model. I'd like to record my thanks to Peter for his significant contribution to the establishment and growth of Neotherix and look forward to working with him under these new arrangements.
Ramisha will take on responsibility for a number of activities previously managed by Peter.