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  • Scott Wagers, MD

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    Scott Wagers, MD is a business developer. Trained as a respiratory and critical care physician and researcher, Scott brings more than the usual management insight to projects. He began his career as a scientist at the University of Vermont with several publications including a high impact publication[1]. He has had a major role in several European based collaborative research projects (U-BIOPRED, AirPROM, COPD MAP, eTRIKS, ERS Research Agency). He also has skills and experience in life sciences business development. This has included advising on establishing a data infrastructure at an institute, sustainability plans for projects, supporting small to medium enterprises in their efforts to get funding, advising a large professional society on the set up of a research agency as well as participation in an internet start-up. He has also completed level 1 mentor training in lean start-up methodology. [1] Wagers SS, Norton RJ, Rinaldi LM, Bates JH, Sobel BE, Irvin CG. Extravascular fibrin, plasminogen activator, plasminogen activator inhibitors, and airway hyperresponsiveness. J Clin Invest. 2004 Jul;114(1):104-11.

  • Neil Fitch

    Neil is a Program Manager and COO of BioSci Consulting. Neil has ample experience as the Program Manager for signature projects such as U-BIOPRED, AirPROM, and COPD MAP. Prior to joining BioSci Consulting he worked for a number of non-governmental organizations running projects and obtaining funding.

  • Chris Marshall, PhD

    Chris is  an Innovation Project Manager for data, IT, and collaboration agreement topics. He has > 20 years Pharmaceutical experience and >25 years Scientific IT experience. He currently facilitates the legal agreement effort in the project eTRIKS. That team is charged with the daunting task of managing the process of concluding project-to-project collaboration agreements.

  • Paul Peeters, PhD

    Paul is a Business Development Project Manager who has training as a molecular biologist. Paul has the ability to understand the whole spectrum of translational research beginning with basic science to clinical research as well as aspects of using and re-using data. Paul is experienced in lean startup business development approaches and is particularly skilled at engaging different stakeholders to understand their perspective as a means of understanding how best to deliver the value they are looking for.

  • Ninja Hoen

    Ninja is an executive assistant. She is not only highly efficient in planning conference calls and meetings, she has also developed skills is developing and monitoring budgets in our efforts to pull together grant funding proposals which often include budgets that have to conform to mundane bureaucratic rules.

  • Aleksandra Draper

    Aleksandra is an executive assistant who has experience in making project logistics run smoothly. She is specialized in graphical design and websites.

  • Antonia Alomar

    Antonia is a writer and content developer. She is involved in the creation, development, and editing of content for our partners, including report writing and marketing materials. She is currently working on the eTRIKS project and assisting with the operational and business development of BioSci Consulting.  Previously, Antonia worked as editor of an EU affairs magazine and in a public affairs and communications agency.