StoreGene Team Members
Steve Humphries (Chief Scientist)
Steve is a world-renowned expert in cardiovascular genetics with over 30 years' experience. The major goal of his research programme over the last 30 years has been to identify the genetic factors that contribute to risk of developing CHD. Much of his work has been in applying genetics in population-based studies, bridging genetics and epidemiology.
Dan Brown (Chairman)
A successful serial entrepreneur, Dan first founded a computer software business at the age of 13, which he ran for five years. He is an Executive Director of MegaNexus Ltd and founder of UCL Angels. He is the inventor of a range of patents, author of several books and over thirty papers and Entrepreneur in Residence at University College London.
Jasmina Merdanovic (CIO)
Jasmina has an extensive experience of developing systems for managing sensitive data across secure mobile and server technologies. She joined StoreGene team to lead work on enhancing the Storegene algorithm and its integration across healthcare providers.
Mahmoud Barbir (Consultant Cardiologist)
Dr Barbir is a consultant cardiologist at the Royal Brompton & Harefield NHS Foundation Trust and senior lecturer at Imperial College London. He specialises in coronary artery disease, familial hypercholesterolaemia and has a special interest in cardiovascular risk detection, diagnosis and management.
Chris Weston (CTO)
Chris is a technology and growth adviser to several organisations having spent his career to date leading technology teams in businesses of varying sizes. A regular speaker, blogger and podcaster on disruptive technologies, he was recognised as one of the leading 100 technology leaders in the UK in 2016 by CIO Magazine.
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Privacy & Confidentiality
The information StoreGene collects includes the clients medical history relevant to the StoreGene tests, including cholesterol levels and blood pressure, the minimum number of client identifiers to ensure robust traceability, and a biological sample (saliva or blood) from which genetic information will be retrieved.
Access to a client's identifiable information is limited to the client's physician and their support staff, and the StoreGene team members who prepare the client's report. Anonymised client information, which is untraceable back to the client, is accessed by our laboratory partner to carry out genetic testing.