The Company’s clinical collaborators and advisors, led by Prof Jim McLaughlin, CTO, have been chosen from the ranks of well-respected cardiologists, physicians and industry thought leaders in N. Ireland. This group has been very active in the design, development and testing of the hardware and software systems.
Dr Roy Harper BSc MD FRCP MBCS - Consultant Physician, South Eastern Trust, Northern Ireland.
Dr Harper has worked for the South Eastern Trust (formerly the Ulster Community & Hospitals Trust) as a Consultant Physician and Endocrinologist from 1999. He has an honours degree in biochemistry (1984), an honours degree in medicine (1987) and obtained a Doctor of Medicine (MD) by thesis (1994) from Queen’s University Belfast. He was elected as a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians in 2000. He is an experienced clinician and has a particular interest and considerable expertise in harnessing information and communication technologies to successfully enhance clinical care services for patients with diabetes and other chronic diseases. He has developed strong collaborative and productive links with the University of Ulster and was awarded a Visiting Professorship within the Faculty of Engineering (School of Mathematics and Computing) in 2006. He is a clinical advisor to the newly established European Centre for Connected Health and a champion for ICT developments within healthcare
Dr David McEneaney BSc MD FRCP MB.BCh Consultant Cardiologist Southern Health & Social Care Trust, N Ireland.
Dr David McEneaney is lead consultant cardiologist in the Southern Health and Social Care Trust, Northern Ireland. He is an Honorary Senior Lecturer in Medicine at Queen's University Belfast. Prior to his current appointments he was a senior fellow in cardiac electrophysiology at Lahey Clinic, Massachusetts, USA. His clinical interests include cardiac electrophysiology, heart failure and cardiac implanted device therapy.
He is Director of the Cardiovascular Research Unit, Craigavon Area Hospital and Co-director of the Centre for Advanced Cardiovascular Research at the Nanotechnology and Integrated Bioengineering Centre (NIBEC) at the University of Ulster. His research interests include clinical cardiac electrophysiology, telemedicine, resuscitation science and novel cardiac/renal biomarkers. He has been a co-investigator in more than twenty clinical trials of cardiovascular therapeutic agents and devices. He has developed successful research collaborations with several biotechnology and medical device companies.