Terry has been a Director of several listed companies over the past 30 years in both executive and non-executive capacities. These companies include XRF Scientific Ltd, where he was Managing Director for 4 years, Western Biotechnology Ltd, Heartlink Ltd, and Scientific Services Ltd. Originally trained as a chemist, his interests and expertise now lie in the area of development and supervision of a culture of Board integrity, commensurate with technology commercialisation. Terry has been Chairman for 1 year.
Dr Richard Lipscombe – PhD (London), MA (Oxford)
Richard, a co-founder of the Company, is a highly practised business manager and protein chemist expert in analysing bio-molecules using proteomics techniques. He has an extensive expertise in chemistry, immunology, mass spectrometry, peptide synthesis, high performance computing and robotics.
Richard has international experience in both science and business gained over a 29-year period in Australia, USA and the UK, including work in hospital and academic laboratories and commercial organisations. He completed his chemistry degree (MA) at Oxford University, his PhD in immunology at London University and was a Post-Doctoral scientist (molecular immunology) in a large research institution in Australia (Telethon Institute for Child Health Research).
After managing the Protein Analysis Facility at the University of Western Australia, he co-founded Proteomics International Pty Ltd in 2001. Richard is well published in peer review journals, and holder of several patents. Richard has been with the Company for over 14 years.
Dr John Dunlop – PhD, BSc (UWA)
John has been a director of several ASX-Listed companies covering mineral exploration, finance and analytical laboratories including a founding directorship of the beta-carotene producer Western Biotechnology Limited (subsequently acquired by Hoffman-La-Roche) and founding director of Sheen Analytical Services (which is listed as Scientific Services Ltd).
John has a PhD in geology and has been credited with discovering the then oldest known fossil stromatolites and microfossils, pushing back the established age of life on Earth by about 1 billion years. He has published several papers in peer reviewed journals including Nature and Scientific American (invited). John has been involved with the Company for 14 years.