Meet the Team
Stefano is co-founder and CEO of Mint Diagnostics. Stefano has over 15 years of R&D experience including 8 years of commercial R&D management and business development experience.
He is an internationally recognised expert in graphene technologies and was an Executive Board member of the EU Graphene Flagship project. Stefano obtained his PhD in Materials Science from Polytechnic of Turin in 2004.
Richard is co-founder and CTO of Mint Diagnostics and is an engineer with over 12 years of sensor R&D experience including 8+ years technology development, project management and wearable device prototyping experience at Nokia.
Richard gained his MEng in Electrical Engineering in 2003 and his PhD in Nanotechnology from University of Cambridge in 2008.
Adrian is a Chartered Accountant, with over 20 years CFO experience in various technology businesses including 15 years with the leading provider of geo-information products and services, Infoterra Ltd. He is currently CFO for a number of VC backed companies.
Tony is a founding Technical Advisor of Mint Diagnostics. Tony is a leading global expert in electrochemical biosensors and DNA technology and was one of the pioneers in blood glucose sensing where his work led to the first commercialised blood glucose measuring system.
Tony is currently Professor of Chemical Biology at Imperial College London.
Anna is the stress and cortisol measurement Scientific Advisor to Mint Diagnostics. Anna has an international reputation in psychobiological research including physiological stress responses, and has conducted award winning work on the biological effects of stress and other psychological and behavioural factors across the lifespan. She led the EU training network ‘PANINI’ studying the effects of physical activity and nutrition on ageing. Anna is a Professor in Behavioural Medicine at the University of Stirling.
Richard is the Sports Science advisor to Mint Diagnostics. He is Technical Lead for Physiology at the English Institute of Sport and has provided physiological support to Olympic and Paralympic athletes and national governing bodies across three Olympic cycles. He is currently leading the EIS Bioscience program, focused on enhancing the EIS/UK Sport system’s ability to solve athlete health and performance challenges using biomarker research and innovation. Richard completed a PhD from the University of Surrey examining iron deficiency in endurance athletes, is a Senior Lecturer at St Mary’s University, a visiting fellow at Loughborough University and Senior Consultant Editor (Elite Sport) for the journal, Experimental Physiology.