A report released today by BioBeat showcasing the 30 top female leaders in the UK bioscience sector has named three people from organisations based at Stevenage Bioscience Catalyst (SBC), totalling 10% of the list.

The three mentioned leaders based at SBC are Shree Patel from Achilles Therapeutics, Nicole Mathon from LifeArc and Bakul Gupta from ImmTune Therapies.

This is the seventh annual Movers and Shakers report released by BioBeat, and this year highlighted individuals pioneering scientists, financial experts, collaborators, innovators focused on impact on patients’ lives, and infrastructure specialists. This year’s Movers and Shakers also features alumni from previous reports, in which SBC is strongly represented, including CEO Dr Sally Ann Forsyth.

Shree Patel, Senior Vice President Global Clinical Operations at Achilles Therapeutics, said “I’m truly honoured to be included in this year’s Movers and Shakers report, and especially alongside so many pioneering women in our sector”.

Nicole Mathon, Associate Director, Opportunity Assessment Group at LifeArc, said “The BioBeat Movers and Shakers report is always filled with such exceptional talent and I’m thrilled to be included in it”.

Bakul Gupta, Co-Founder at ImmTune Therapies, said “As a new occupier at Stevenage Bioscience Catalyst, I am both elated to be mentioned in the BioBeat Movers and Shakers report this year, and looking forward to working alongside so many other talented women in the sector”.

Dr Sally Ann Forsyth, CEO at SBC, commented “I am delighted that so many of our occupiers are included in the BioBeat report, and want to congratulate the winners on joining our long list of historic Movers and Shakers at SBC”.