MEET THE GAMLEN TEAM
The board of directors
Experienced in JV set up with a UK investment group and Central American food producers importing exotic fresh and frozen produce.
Formed a start-up fresh produce business, which became the largest dedicated non-hybrid regional supplier in the UK specialising in business partnerships with ASDA, Sainsburys, Tesco and The Co-operative Group.
16 years running private companies and 20 years in corporate business starting out as an electro mechanical engineer, progressing into senior business development roles.
Michael spent a year at Beechams Pharmaceuticals working on a completely novel technique to instrument a rotary tablet press. He then joined Wellcome Foundation, where for 14 years he was responsible for development of all tablet formulations including hundreds of clinical trial formulations as well as licensed products (of which many are still on the market).
THE TEAM A TO Z
Chi Chi studied pharmacology at University College London and she is currently completing a PhD at the University of Greenwich in materials characterisation.
Henry earned his MA in engineering at Queens’ College, University of Cambridge. His experience includes software engineering (support and troubleshooting as well as development), data analysis and visualisation electronics/PCB design and simulation, embedded systems, databases, wireless communication, mechanical engineering and pneumatics.
She completed her PhD in Catalysis at Cardiff University in 2014 under the supervision of Prof. Graham Hutchings. Her PhD title was the “The Selective Low-Temperature Oxidation of Methane by Quasi-Heterogeneous Catalysis” which resulted in a paper being published in Science. She secured funding from Exxon Mobil to continue working as a post-doctoral researcher for the following year in the same group.
She completed her BSc (Hons) degree in Chemistry at the National University of Ireland, Galway in 2010 before spending a year as a research trainee at the University of South Australia studying the rheological behaviour of oil in water emulsions.