Head of Medical Devices
Position: Head of Medical Devices
Tel: +44 (0) 1223 913 038
During his time at Costello Medical, William has enjoyed the successful delivery of projects that span the entire breadth of the company’s service offerings, with a focus on health economics, market access and evidence development. The thing that has enthused him the most, however, is supporting the complex journey of manufacturers of innovative medical technologies in bringing ever more sophisticated and ingenious solutions to healthcare professionals and patients. It is this passion that led William to formalise a dedicated MedTech Division in 2017.
William is joined by a highly committed and talented team, and together, plans to further enhance the support that Costello Medical is able to provide to manufacturers of medical devices, diagnostics and digital technologies. William is dedicated to expanding the services that the company provides and is particularly keen on delivering integrated strategic support to help manufacturers throughout their product lifecycle.
After obtaining a first class honours degree in Biochemistry at the University of Cardiff, William completed a Masters degree in Medical Sciences and a PhD in neuroendocrinology at the University of Cambridge. During his doctoral training, William trained in high-throughput genomic technologies and advanced microsurgical techniques. William also holds a Postgraduate Certificate in “Health Economics for Health Care Professionals” from the University of York.
Position: Senior Analyst
Tel: +44 (0) 1223 792 530
Christian joined Costello Medical after completing his PhD and a post-doctoral position in Plant Biotechnology at the University of Cambridge, where his research focused on the development of sustainable biofuels. Before this, Christian received a first class BSc in Biological Sciences from the University of Bath, specialising in genomics and biotechnology, and spent a year performing oncology/toxicology research at Dartmouth College in the USA. Christian has published multiple peer-reviewed and popular science publications, and presented his work via posters and presentations at numerous international conferences. In addition, he recently completed a Postgraduate Certificate in Health Economics at the University of York.
Christian is passionate about commercialising science, and in 2015 led a team to the final of the Biotechnology Young Entrepreneur Scheme with their idea for an innovative, sustainable sunscreen made from algae. In his role as Senior Analyst in the MedTech Division, Christian enjoys tackling the unique challenges faced by medical device manufacturers, large and small, across market access, health economics, and health technology assessment.
Position: Senior Analyst
Tel: +44 (0) 1223 792 547
Vivian joined Costello Medical in 2017 following a previous role at a medical communications agency. After graduating from the University of Cambridge in 2011 with a first class MSci degree specialising in Biochemistry, Vivian completed her PhD in Cardiovascular and Metabolic Disease at the Institute of Metabolic Science, Cambridge University, in 2015. The translational implications of her doctoral research prompted Vivian to aim to attain a more direct impact on healthcare and patient wellbeing, an ambition she has enjoyed realising in her subsequent roles in healthcare consulting.
Vivian enjoys working on a wide range of projects, ranging from value materials and manuscripts to literature searches and HTA submissions, for both medical devices and pharmaceutical products in a variety of therapy areas. To further her expertise in health technology assessment and health economics, Vivian is also currently studying towards a Postgraduate Diploma in Health Economics from the University of York.
Tel: +44 (0) 1223 913 051
Having initially joined Costello Medical as a Scientific Intern, Sarah transitioned to the permanent role of Analyst in February 2016. During her time at the company, she has worked on a variety of project types including medical education and market access materials, and in fields as diverse as rheumatology, neurology and minimally invasive surgery.
Sarah graduated from the University of Cambridge in June 2015 with an upper second class BA in Biological Natural Sciences, specialising in Physiology, Development and Neuroscience. Her final-year dissertation focused on the mechanisms underlying gender differences in fetal growth responses to stress. Alongside her studies, Sarah also completed a number of internships, working in scientific research and the fast-moving consumer goods industry.
Sarah is now looking forward to using her scientific knowledge and skills to contribute to improvements in healthcare through her work at Costello Medical.