Ollie Stringer is a member of the research and development team involved in several aspects of assay development, product development and design. He graduated with a 1st Class Honours degree in Molecular Biology from Royal Holloway University of London in 2015, earning competitive studentships from the Society of Applied Microbiology and the British Inherited Metabolic Disease Group at Queen Mary University of London and Great Ormond Street Hospital, respectively. After graduating Ollie joined the R&D team of an emerging diagnostics company, being involved in several collaborative projects as well as bringing an innovative diagnostic tool to market, which was named 2017 life sciences product of the year by Select Science. Joining Imperial College in 2018, he graduated with a distinction in his MRes in bacterial pathogenesis and infection before commencing his PhD. Ollie is passionate about delivering high‑performance products that provide a fast, accurate and cost‑effective diagnosis where and when it is needed most.