Professor Martin Levermore, a child of the Windrush generation, is the CEO of Medical Devices Technology International, a member of the PIONEER team (the health data hub for acute care), and a serial entrepreneur.
He served in the army and has a degree in Political Economics. As well as being chair of the Birmingham Commonwealth Association Trade and Business group, he is Vice Chair and Treasurer for the Nehemiah United Churches Housing Association – the largest BAME housing association in the Midlands. He is also Chair of Medilink Midlands – a network of over 8000 contacts in over 1700 organisations from all parts of the life sciences sector, from public and private institutions, the NHS, universities, and multi-nationals to high-value start-up companies. Martin was appointed recently an Associate NED to the Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust and will chair the innovation, integration and research committee of the Trust.
Health Data Science Black Internship Programme
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