Tim is a serial Tech & Social entrepreneur in rare diseases. He is the Founder & CEO of Healx and Co-Founder & Chair of the charity Cambridge Rare Disease Network (CRDN). His number one passion is applying big data analytics to help rare disease patients in need. In 2015, Healx was awarded “Life Science Business of the Year” at the Grand Finale of Cambridge University Entrepreneurs and raised seed investment from the ‘Blue Chip’ investors of the Cambridge Cluster. Both CRDN and Healx were covered by the BBC, Radio 4 and The Independent. Prior to Healx and CRDN, he worked on University-Industry interactions for the UK Gov (BIS). He obtained his PhD in the field of Biophysical Neuroscience at the University of Cambridge, where his research related to Parkinson’s disease. Before moving to Cambridge, Tim obtained an MEng in Bio-Engineering from the University of Brussels.