Dr Guillaume Saint-Pierre, CEO

Dr. Guillaume Saint-Pierre

Guillaume is the Chief Executive Officer and Cofounder of PeptiGelDesign Limited. He was awarded a Ph.D. in ceramic synthetic receptors for sensing applications at Cranfield University. He then joined a Cambridge based startup where he developed a series of micro electro-analytical devices for critical healthcare applications. Guillaume moved to Spain and joined University Hospital of Toledo, Inspiralia SL., where he worked on spinal cord injury repair and cardiovascular replacement therapies. During this time, Guillaume developed and led the material department of Inspiralia where he created and commercialised IPs for SMEs and LEs.

 

Dr Ayeesha Mujeeb, Technical Manager

Dr Ayeesha Mujeeb

Ayeesha was appointed Technical Manager in May 2016 and leads the production activities at PeptiGelDesign Limited. Ayeesha obtained her Ph.D. in Materials Science from University of Manchester in 2013. Her studies were centred on developing novel self-assembled peptide based hydrogels as scaffolds for cell culture applications. Following her Ph.D. she took up a short industrial post-doctoral position at the University of Manchester in collaboration with Peptisyntha. She is a Visiting Academic at the University of Manchester. Prior to this she was a CAS President’s International Fellow at the Chinese Academy of Sciences. Ayeesha is a member of the Tissue and Cell Engineering Society (TCES) and the European Society for Biomaterials (ESB).

 

Mrs Caryl Hall, Head of Administration

Mrs Caryl Hall

Caryl was appointed Head of Administration at PeptiGelDesign Limited and manages all administrative processes including workflow, purchasing and invoicing. Caryl has a strong marketing background, having spent 17 years in the industry from a both client and an agency perspective. She also spent a few years in a project management environment within the telecommunications industry, alongside running her own business, producing and editing two local magazines aimed at families with primary school age children.