Jeremy has spent the last fifteen years developing novel transformational technologies to monitor lung function. His primary focus is unlocking
the contextually-rich data from normal tidal breathing. He has led the development of two exciting technologies based on the primary outputs
of the respiratory cycle – CO2 and water vapour. Both technologies are progressing through clinical studies towards regulatory approval. Jeremy
has been granted two patents and has four others pending. His innovative developments have been supported by over $6m of non-dilutive
Government and charity funding. Jeremy has been a life-long innovator and entrepreneur developing syndicated healthcare data, information
and education services. He has been involved in two NASDAQ healthcare IPOs and acted as a Digital Health expert adviser for Innovate UK. Jeremy graduated from Bristol University with an aeronautical engineering degree, before flying jets in the Royal Air Force.