Introducing the Newest Additions to Our Random42 Team!
Random42 scientific communication has experienced a huge amount of growth over the past few years. This growth has allowed us to expand the hardworking team that all play a crucial role in the running and development of the company. The Random42 team is comprised of production, marketing and the scientific team, who all work together to provide the best possible service to our clients.
We would like to introduce the newest additions to our team…
Bradley Meehan - Scientific Account Director BSc (Hons) Pharmacology – University of Leeds PhD Molecular and Cellular Physiology – University of Liverpool
Bradley has been with Random42 since August, he is a molecular and cellular biologist, with experience of both in vitro and in vivo disease modelling. He has previous experience in the biopharmaceutical industry with GlaxoSmithKline and AstraZeneca, where working on a wide variety of projects has provided him with a broad background in many therapeutic areas. Bradley is responsible for account handling and works alongside the Medical Director to develop scripts and provide support for all projects to ensure scientific accuracy.
. Simeon Ganev - 3D Artist BA (Hons) Visual Effects for Film and TV – University of Hertfordshire
Simeon joined us back in July as a 3D Artist. He studied at the University of Hertfordshire, graduating with first class honours in visual effects for film and TV. In his spare time he likes to create his own personal work in the realm of 3D, as well as enjoying some photography. Simeon also has a passion for music and drumming, and enjoys going to the cinema or hitting the pub!
Faiz Nabheebucus - 3D Artist BA (Hons) Computer Animation Arts - Bournemouth University
Having recently graduated from the National Centre for Computer Animation at Bournemouth University, Faiz has now been a 3D artist at Random42 since September. He is originally from Mauritius, but has lived in Europe for the past ten years and really loves to see the world. Outside of work, you’ll probably find Faiz drawing, making music, or exploring. He also enjoys hanging out with friends.
Liz Peach - 3D Artist BA (Hons) Computer Animation Arts – Bournemouth University
Liz also joined Random42 as a 3D Artist back in September. Originally from a small village in Buckinghamshire, she went on to study Computer Animation Arts at Bournemouth University. Having recently moved to London, Liz likes to spends her free time exploring the city, running and making “really good spaghetti”.
Chris Burnand - Account Executive BSc (Hons) Cellular and Molecular Biology – Newcastle University
Chris is one of the newest additions to the team, joining us at the end of October following his recent graduation from Newcastle University in Cellular and Molecular Biology. He was born in Newcastle, where he has lived his whole life prior to venturing down south to London for his role at Random42. In his free time Chris enjoys eating out, playing basketball and watching rugby, he is also a huge fan of anything Marvel!
Lucy Roberts - Marketing Manager BSc (Hons) Chemistry – University of Sheffield MSc Science Communication – University of Sheffield
Along with Chris, another recent addition to the team is Lucy, who joined us after completing her Master’s degree in Science Communication at The University of Sheffield. She has experience in science PR and online marketing, working part-time throughout her studies. In her spare time Lucy is a big sports fan, she enjoys watching sport and plays football and netball. She also likes all things food-related and loves to travel.
Random42 scientific communication has experienced a huge amount of growth over the past few years. This growth has allowed us to expand the hardworking team that all play a crucial role in the running and development of the company. The Random42 team is comprised of production, marketing and the scientific team, who all work together to provide the best possible service to our clients. Random42 Scientific Communication
The HTC Vive allows you to walk around in a virtual world and engage with the objects around them.
Here you can see immune cells surrounded by millions of red blood cells. Complex processes like signalling pathways can be explored and understood by this simple interaction. Random42 Scientific Communication