Together with Dr. Pedro Cutillas at Queen Mary University of London, we set up Activiomics Ltd. (2010) to develop biomarkers in disease using mass spectrometry techniques. In March 2014, Activiomics was acquired by Retroscreen Virology (now hVIVO).
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