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Consultant in life sciences; former Director of Life Sciences, Scottish Enterprise
Former Innogen Honorary Fellow
Ken joined Innogen as an honorary research fellow in 2008. Ken is a consultant in the life sciences supporting firms, research institutions and government agencies in the UK and further afield.
He has a particular interest in the development of novel sustainable business models in emerging technologies and therapies. His current focus is in stem cells and regenerative medicine.
Ken was Director of Life Sciences at Scottish Enterprise the Scottish Governments economic development agency for many years. He combines an interest in business issues with economic development and innovation. He has worked over the decades with companies from across the world.
Notable previous projects include the Translational Medicine Research Collaboration between Scottish medical schools, NHS Scotland, Scottish Enterprise and Wyeth, the development of strategies, tools and infrastructure to target translation of Scottish stem cell research and the internationalisation of Scottish life sciences.
Mittra, J, Mastroeni, M, Wield, D, Barlow, E, Snowden, K, (2014) ‘The Scottish Institutional Ecology of Health and Clinical/Medical Research and Key Issues for Scottish Independence’, Innogen working paper no. 109