TruScreen Limited has engaged a network of external technical and medical specialists with relevant expertise and a proven product development track record to further develop the TruScreen product and deliver commercially ready variants including the miniaturisation of the product.
Key team members have particular experience in the development and manufacture of the current TruScreen product.
This team has expertise in: optical hardware, firmware and software; electronic and electrical hardware, firmware and software; machine learning software and algorithm development; medical device industrial design and of course medical science including gynaecology, gynaecologic oncology and colposcopy.
A former president of the Manufacturing Society of Australia, Dr. John Blakemore is a Certified Professional Engineer (Aust and UK), a Certified Management Consultant and a Certified Quality Management Consultant. Dr. Blakemore has over 40 years’ experience in manufacturing engineering, and as a consultant has delivered over 844 reports for over 400 companies in 15 countries.
For six years Dr. Blakemore served as a Research and Development Advisor to the Australian Government. He has authored several books on quality and manufacturing and received numerous awards and prizes. Dr. Blakemore was awarded the “Distinguished Service Award in Industrial Engineering and Operations Management” in January 2014 at the International Conference in Industrial Engineering and Operations Management.
As well as being the recipient of The International Nickel Fellowship, Dr. Blakemore was recognized by the Australian Institution of Engineers as being amongst the top 10 Engineers in Australia for Engineering expertise for his contributions to re-engineering businesses and the development and commercialisation of new products and processes.
Professor Alan Bennett has for 11 years been the Principal of Alan Bennett Legal, and specialises in International Export Law. He has also, for the past 16 years been an Adjunct Professor at Sydney University Post Graduate Faculty of Law.
Professor Bennett gained his Masters Degree with first class honours from the University of Technology, Sydney and prior to establishing Alan Bennett Legal was the founding partner at KPMG Legal. Before that he was a partner at Baker and Mckenzie. Professor Bennett has written a number of texts including “The Guide to the Australia-United States Free Trade Agreement” and The Guide to Risk Management in Imports/Exports”.
Professor Bennett as a member of the IMF legal team based in Washington, DC, has written Import and Export law and policy for countries seeking legal drafting and policy assistance from the IMF.
Professor Bennett’s expertise involves assisting major United States and EU clients importing into the Asian region to identify trade barriers and consider available options.