James Love graduated from Imperial College London University, with a BSc Hons in Mechanical Engineering, and later went on to do an MBA at Cranfield School of Management.
James' diverse experience includes Engineering, Manufacturing, Industrial Equipment, Automotive, Chemicals, Plastics, White Goods and (of course) Medical Devices.
As Vice President - Engineering, for a high volume medical device manufacturer, with offices in the UK and the USA and with a manufacturing facility in Hungary, he was responsible for the engineering, regulatory and quality functions.
James is an active member and treasurer of the
MTQG (Medical Technologies Quality Group/a>
cosponsored by the
Chartered Quality Institute (CQI)
American Society for Quality Bio Medical Division,
and a frequent speaker on Quality and Risk Management for many organizations and has worked as an Adviser for Warwick University .
James is the named inventor on many patents/patent applications in different areas such as of vibration attenuation and serum separation systems. His innovative work began in isolating vibration in motorcycles, when he discovered his love for conceptual development finding solutions by making connections between apparently unrelated fields.