Dr Andrew Foreman
Otolaryngologist Head and Neck Surgeon, Royal Adelaide Hospital, PhD in the role of biofilms
Ferronova aligns well with my clinical and research interests in minimally invasive head and neck cancer surgery.
The company have clearly identified limitations of current sentinel lymph node biopsy tracers and are actively working to address these.
Scientific Advisory Board
Our Scientific Advisory Board includes medical practitioners, researchers and scientists with expertise across product development and application. The board’s primary goal is to identify the problems that need to be solved to progress our technology through clinical trials, proposing solutions and ultimately successful product commercialisation.
behind our science
Dr Andrew Foreman
Dr Andrew Foreman is an Otolaryngologist Head and Neck Surgeon at the Royal Adelaide Hospital and in private practice. He has a PhD in the role of biofilms in chronic rhinosinusitis, for which he was awarded the University Doctoral Research medal in 2011.
Dr Giri Krishnan,
An Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgical trainee. He was a Fullbright scholar at Stanford University and has recently completed his PhD at The University of Adelaide.
Prof Benjamin Thierry, Scientific Advisor/Founder
Is the University of South Australia Professor of Bioengineering and a Research Leader at the Future Industries Institute.
Dr Nynke van den Berg, Scientific Advisor
Was a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Rosenthal Lab in Dept. Otoloaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery at Stanford University. Currently a Clinical Project Manager at Intuitive.
Prof Richard Tilley, Scientific Advisor
Professor Richard Tilley has a PhD from Cambridge University and is the Director of Electron Microscope Unit at UNSW.
A/Prof Brian Hawkett, Scientific Advisor
Brian is the Director of the Key Centre for Polymers and Colloids (KCPC) situated in the Department of Chemistry at the University of Sydney. He is also a member of the University of Sydney NanoInstitute.
“The science of today is the technology of tomorrow”
– Edward Teller