Neal plays a crucial role at SciBite, overseeing the smooth running of operations across the whole business ensuring communication and optimum performance can be achieved both internally and externally. With an MSc in Genetic Epidemiology, Neal has been in the life sciences industry for over 15 years, gaining valuable experience building and leading teams and supporting customer relationships during various consulting, sales and analytics roles within Thomson Reuters and Dassault Systems.
Heading up the Sales and Partnerships side of the business, Julien and his team work side by side life sciences organisations across the globe to help them transform the way they leverage scientific text for decision making. With an MSc in Business Administration and Management and over 13 years’ experience in various roles within the life sciences sector, most notably leading the EMEA Strategic Account Team within the life sciences division of Thomson Reuters.
Currently heading up our Software Engineering team, Phil has been a part of the SciBite team since the very beginning of its journey into the semantic technology space, playing a key role in many of our technological advancements. Having spent most of his career writing code within the life sciences space, including architectural and innovation roles at Inpharmatica, Pfizer and Thomson Reuters, Phil holds a PhD in BioPhysics and an M.Res. in Bioinformatics.
Jane leads the development of SciBite’s vocabularies and ontology services. With a PhD in Genetics from Cambridge University and 15 years’ experience working with biomedical ontologies, including at the EBI and Sanger Institute, where she focussed on bioinformatics and developing biomedical ontologies. She has published over 35 scientific papers, mainly in the area of ontology development, and contributed to public ontology projects including Pistoia Ontology Mapping Project and is on the Executive Committee for the International Society of Biocuration.
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