The WeShare Team
Mr Ryan Kerstein is a senior Plastic Surgery Trainee in the Oxford Deanery, an NHS Clinician Entreprensur Fellow and the Technology Editor and Writer for the Royal College of Surgeon (Eng) Bulletin journal.
Ryan has been involved in medical Innovation for the last 15 years. He also spent two years out of training to work as a management consultant at the Boston Consulting Group, where he worked on projects in Healthcare and adjacent sectors on topics including strategy, big data analytics and change management.
Ms Nadine Hachach-Haram, BEM is a Consultant Plastic Surgeon and the Clinical Lead for Innovation at Guy's & St Thomas’ Hospital, London. She is an Honorary Clinical Lecturer at University College London, an NHS Clinical Entrepreneur and Founder/CEO of Proximie, an augmented reality telesurgical platform that save lives by combing the best human expertise with the latest technology. Her ground breaking work with Proximie has received international acclaim, including invitations to speak at TED and selection as Foreign Press Association Science Story of the Year. Nadine received the British Empire Medal in recognition of her achievement in healthcare innovation.
Ed St John
Mr Edward St John is an oncoplastic breast & academic surgeon. He is passionate about health care and effective, safe innovation. He is Chair of the iBRA-NET Innovation Group, who's mission is to identify, evaluate and translate useful innovations into breast surgical practice. He is also an NHS clinical entrepreneur & Co-founder of Concentric Health, an InnovateUK supported platform for digital consent & enhanced shared decision making.
Dr William Bolton is an NIHR clinical research fellow in the Global Health Research Group Surgical Technologies in Leeds. He is currently completing a PhD in surgical technologies for application in low and middle income countries. His a champion of innovation and medical technologies, having co-founded the MedTech Foundation as a national student & trainee engagement initiative to enhance medtech skills and promote interdiscplinary research.
Max Stewart qualified from the School of Clinical Medicine, in the midst of the Coronavirus pandemic. He will soon be taking a position as an Academic Foundation Doctor at Oxford University Hospitals. Until then, he has volunteered to work as an Interim Foundation Doctor in North and East Hertfordshire.
Ms Marie Song is a dually qualified plastic surgery registrar at Stoke Mandeville Hospital. She has interests in healthcare improvement and innovative surgical practice.
Ryan Purdy is a final year medical student at the University of Oxford. He is interested in optimising healthcare provision through artificial intelligence and innovation, and has contributed to various health projects exploiting machine learning within and external to the University.
Philip Burns is a student at St George’s College, Weybridge. He is interested in programming, medicine and healthcare, particularly in terms of how the coronavirus pandemic will impact the health system, both immediately and in the long-term, and how innovation can reduce these impacts.