Jolyon Martin

Head of Business Development

Jolyon Martin
Jolyon undertook his PhD (Cambridge, UK) in Professor Bradley’s laboratory under his mentorship.  He led the research and operational teams that made an in vivo model for caninizing the mouse immune system.

This research includes the first complete annotation of all relevant canine genes that are the essential components necessary to generate fully functional antibodies. This mouse platform and know how associated with the research program untaken at the Sanger Institute as part of Jolyon’s PhD forms the basis of the PetMedix technology.

Previously Jolyon ran business development for Simprints, a social enterprise start-up, and worked in operations at Horizon Discovery. He was named Cambridge University Entrepreneurs Young Entrepreneur of the Year in 2017.

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