NanoSyrinx co-founder Nick Waterfield appointed as Professor at Warwick Medical School

The whole NanoSyrinx team would like to congratulate our co-founder Nick Waterfield on his recently announced promotion to full Professor at the University of Warwick Medical School.

This is a richly deserved appointment as Prof. Waterfield’s track record in molecular microbiology is substantial. With particular emphasis on bacterial toxicology and the adaptations required for benign environmental bacteria to become hazardous to human health, the Waterfield lab is well known in the field.

Without his fascination and deep insights about bacterial evolution, the types of innovative discoveries that underpin NanoSyrinx’s core technology would not have happened.

Congratulations Nick!

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NanoSyrinx at Number 10

Our CEO Joe Healey was invited to Number 10 this week, to discuss the future of Engineering Biology in the UK as part of a networking and investment breakfast. Synthetic biology or “Engineering Biology” has been highlighted as one of the five key technology areas for the UK’s future economy. Understanding how best to incubate, […]

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JPM week 2024: NanoSyrinx highlighted in GEN

NanoSyrinx CEO Joe Healey, and CBO James Lapworth attended the JP Morgan Healthcare conference in San Francisco last week. Among a great week of meetings with collaborators, investors and partners, they sat down with Jonathan Grinstein PhD, a writer for GEN Edge, and spoke about the journey the company had been on and the outlook […]

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NanoSyrinx appoints Anthony Johnson as Non-Executive Director

Coventry, UK, 10 November 2023: NanoSyrinx, a synthetic biology company developing a novel platform for targeted intracellular delivery of biologic therapeutics, today announced Anthony Johnson, M. D., has joined its Board as Non-Executive Director. Tony’s appointment forms part of the Company’s ongoing strategy to expand and strengthen its leadership team as the Company prepares for […]

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