The people behind Expaniderm
David Jackson - Chief Executive Officer
David is an experienced entrepreneur with over 25 years experience in early stage technology companies, he has a proven track record of taking early-stage opportunities through to exit. His last company, Site Intelligence Ltd is now a global player in the muti-channel customer analytics software market, supporting blue chip companies world-wide. Before that, he was part of the senior management team that took Oxford Molecular Group, one of the first Isis spin out companies, through to a main market listing in 1994 and becoming COO in 1996. Subsequently, he was the executive Chairman of FWPharma Systems Ltd, a management buyout company in clinical trials management software that was sold to Parexel inc in 2002. He was also a founder of Screen Science Ltd, a multi-media training company sold to the Adval group in 1998. David is also the Non-Executive Chairman of Brain in Hand Ltd, a company providing mobile device applications to help those with impaired executive brain function.
Camilla Easter - Chief Operating Officer
Camilla qualified from The University of Nottingham Veterinary School in 2012 with a first-class degree and the highest overall mark in equine veterinary studies. She worked for two years in equine clinical practice before joining Oxtex in September 2014 to set up the veterinary department, running both small animal and equine clinical trials early on. Camilla now works in an over-arching capacity overseeing all facets of the Oxtex portfolio.
Chloe Booth - Head of Veterinary Division
Chloe qualified from The Royal Veterinary College in 2013 having already completed a master’s in animal biology with merit. She worked in small animal practice for 2 years before joining Oxtex in early 2016. Chloe now leads the Veterinary Division managing the sales and technical teams as well as assisting vets in their use of Expaniderm in practice.
Chloe Horner - Regional Sales Manager (South)
Chloe joined Oxtex in April 2018 bringing with her a wealth of experience in the Animal Health industry. Chloe manages all southern counties. She is keen horse owner and is a Certified equine sports massage and rehabilitation therapist. To book your free CPD with Chloe please email email@example.com
Olivia Yates - Regional Sales Manager (North)
Olivia joined Oxtex in May 2018 and covers the Northern counties and Scotland. Olivia is also a keen horse owner and loves bouldering. She has worked in the Animal Health industry for a number of years including spending time in Kentucky USA. To book your free CPD with Olivia please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Professor Debra Archer (BVMS, PhD, CertES (Soft Tissue), Dip.ECVS, FHEA, MRCVS) was appointed as Professor of Equine Surgery at the Philip Leverhulme Equine Hospital, University of Liverpool in 2013; prior to this she had been Senior Lecturer in Equine Soft Tissue Surgery since 2006. Debbie has a wide range of clinical interests including all aspects of equine soft tissue surgery, including laser surgery, and equine trauma/emergency care. Debbie’s research interests include equine clinical epidemiology, laminitis, microbiota work, wound healing, parasitology, vector borne diseases and socioepidemiology. She acted as lead for the Veterinary Clinic Team at the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. She has recently completed a textbook on equine emergencies and is a regular contributor to veterinary articles in the equine press.
Guillaume Chanoit is a scientific advisor to Oxtex and is the Principal investigator for the international small animal trials. He graduated from the Veterinary School of Toulouse (France) with a doctorate thesis (DEDV) in 1998. Guillaume completed a period of postgraduate training, including an internship and surgical residency (specialty training) in 2003 at the Veterinary School of Lyon (France). He also gained a Master of Sciences in Microsurgery in 2000. Before moving to Bristol in 2011, where he currently is Senior Lecturer in Small Animal Surgery, he has held academic positions in France at the Veterinary School of Lyon (2003-2005) and in the USA at North Carolina State University (2005-2010). He is currently a member of the examination committee of the European College of Veterinary Surgeons and he also on the Editorial Board of the Journal of Small Animal Practice. He lectures on various aspects of Veterinary Surgery across Europe and in the USA.