Lab Awards judges

Meet the 2023 Lab award judges!

Our five judges have been carefully appointed to ensure experts in the Lab Industry are choosing this year's winners.

Our judges are currently working through the thirteen shortlist categories ready for the winners to have their awards presented to them at the Lab Awards ceremony...

There is still time to buy tickets! register your interest below

Jaqueline Balian

Director - Laboratory Technology Sector

Jaqueline is an experienced director and senior manager of organisations and is currently the director of laboratories at GAMBICA. Her areas of expertise include stratergic management, leadership, team management and business development

Sean Marshall

Laboratory News

Sean is the publisher of Laboratory News and has been involved in communicating science and technology for more than 25 years. With a background in chemical engineering, Sean has a deep interest in scientific innovation and achievement.

Jiteen Ahmed

Head of technical services
Aston University

With 20 Years of Laboratory experience, Jiteen is highly experienced in Biological, Medicinal Chemistry and Pharmaceutical techniques Throughout his time in the laboratory, he has worked with software such as Clarity,Chromeleon, ChromQuest, Jones, Chemstation, Open Lab, Pyris and many more.

Gerald Law

Chief executive
Innovation DB and forum

Gerald has a background in Management Consultancy and academia. A London Business School alumnus with a Doctorate from Oxford University, he has experience of several start-ups and their exits, with considerable experience in building company executive boards, which has led him now to sit on VC investment committees, among other roles.

Dr Matthew Partridge

Errant Sciences

Dr Matthew Partridge has spent 16 years working in research, 5 of which were in industry and 12 in academia. He has a BSc in Biochemistry and a PhD in Fibre Optic Molecular Sensors and in his scientific career specialised in developing practical sensors for a range of applications. Matthew now works full-time as a science communication specialist and is the cartoonist and primary content producer for ErrantScience.

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