Christopher Bullock MEng PhD AMIMechEBiomedical Engineer
Christopher is a biomedical engineer with expertise in medical device design, biomaterials and bioelectronics. In 2018 he completed a PhD in regenerative medicine at The University of Manchester where his research focused on the development of novel graphene bioelectronic devices and the use of electrical stimuli to control cell behaviour. A passionate entrepreneur, Christopher now acts as the Managing Director of Honeycomb Biotechnology and oversees the business and technical development aims of the business. He is an associate member of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers.
Richard Fu MB ChB MRes MRCSSpecialty Registrar in Neurosurgery
Richard is a specialty registrar in neurosurgery based in the North West of England. He is an honorary research fellow at The University of Manchester and former NIHR academic clinical fellow in neurosurgery. In 2017 he won the Sir Hugh Cairns Essay Prize from the Society of British Neurosurgeons for his research previously undertaken at Imperial College London into the effects of pedunculopontine deep brain stimulation (DBS) on freezing gait in patients with Parkinson’s disease. He is committed to improving the clinical outcomes for neurosurgery patients. His research interests now focus on brain tumours. Richard acts as the Medical Director of Honeycomb Biotechnology and oversees the clinical aspects of device development. He is a member of the Royal College of Surgeons in England.