Advisory board

Dr William (Pepper) Denman
Chairman of the Advisory Board

Dr Denman is a highly qualified Clinician who brings many years' experience working in global medical device organizations, and smaller rapid growth businesses.

Former Chief Medical Officer of GE Healthcare and Covidien, Pepper is a practicing clinician at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, specializing in pediatric anesthesia and medical device development, conducting a wide variety of research, having authored over 60 papers and conducted clinical trials in both the pharmaceutical and medical devices arenas.

In addition to his current clinical role, Dr Denman is Principal of Denman Associates. Leveraging his extensive experience in clinical requirements, product development and patient safety, the axial3D advisory board will flourish under his lead.

Dr Alistair Hann
Chief Technology Officer, TravelNest

Dr Hann brings a unique mix of technical and medical expertise to the advisory board.

With a doctorate in Biomedical Engineering from Oxford University and an early career developing medical equipment, Alistair is known across the technology industry his role in big data analytics and scaling web and mobile technology.

Previously CTO of Skyscanner (and founder of Zoombu), Alistair joins axial3D's advisory board following Skyscanner's acquisition by online travel agent Ctrip at approximately £1.4 billion in 2016.

In addition to his role in TravelNest, Alistair works to support innovative and high-growth companies achieve technical excellence.

Dr Anish Ghodadra
Interventional Radiology, Yale New Haven Hospital, USA

Dr Anish Ghodadra MD, brings a combination of industrial, clinical and academic experience to the axial3D advisory board with a background focused on diagnostic and interventional radiology.

Completing undergraduate training in biomedical engineering Anish spent time as a medical device engineer before completing his medical training at the Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine.

Prior to his current Interventional Radiology role within Yale New Haven Hospital, Anish founded and directed the UMPC Radiology 3D printing program where he developed novel low-cost techniques and applications for 3D printing in medicine.

Anish’s expertise in medical imaging, combined with his passion for medical innovation including medical device design, 3D printing, and image analysis will support axial3D’s strategic growth and development.

Mr Simon Fleming
PhD Candidate in Medical Education at Barts and The London; Past President, British Orthopaedic Trainees’ Association (BOTA)

Bringing his experience from some of the UK’s leading orthopedic centers, Mr Fleming has worked and trained in institutes such as Great Ormond Street, The Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital, Stanmore and the Royal London Hospital.

In addition to his clinical roles and position in BOTA, Mr Fleming is also the Chief Resident for the International Conference in Residency Education (ICRE), and a mentor for the NHS Clinical Entrepreneur Program.

Simon’s expertise in the medical training arena is furthered with his role as Project Lead for the Orthopaedic section of the Royal College of Surgeons.

With Simon’s knowledge and passion for surgical training, his role in the axial3D advisory board will be invaluable in putting 3D printing firmly on the training agenda globally to ensure better surgical standards.

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