Mark Donohoe has operational responsibility for software application development, which encompasses Cockpit Development. Since completing a PhD in Computational Neuroscience at Glasgow University, Mark has spent nearly 20 years in the software industry, spanning a variety of domains including telecoms, robotics, educational applications and medical imaging.
Robert Lewis has operational responsibility for both Advanced Development and Technology Development across Canon Medical Research Europe Ltd. A mathematician by background, Robert has 20 years’ international experience in software development, primarily leadership roles within the healthcare domain before joining Canon Medical Research Europe Ltd in 2012.
Jannine Anderson is our HR Manager and uses her over 15 years of HR experience to bring a wealth of generalist knowledge to this management role. Time spent in roles across the public, education and private sectors has allowed Jannine to develop proven experience in recruitment, employee relations, compensation & benefits and training. Latterly Jannine has developed a keen interest in organisational development and has been working in this field across EMEA.
Peter Hyde is employed as Financial Controller and holds the post of Company Secretary of Canon Medical Research Europe Ltd. He started his career in finance as a Trainee Cost Accountant for Burco Dean, a group of companies manufacturing boilers and gas fires. After several promotions within the group he moved to TDS Dextralog as Financial Controller. The company was acquired by Barco in 1989. Peter remained with Barco and fulfilled various positions within the Group until it transferred to Toshiba Medical in 2009 and Canon Medical in 2017.
Tristan Lawton provides clinical leadership, expertise and trend analysis to the scientists and analysts at Canon Medical Research Europe Ltd. He is a key member of Canon Medical Systems Global Centre for Medical Research & Development, inputting to their mid- to long-term planning effort investigating the medical imaging landscape and emergent clinical trends. Tristan joined Canon Medical Research Europe in 2006 as Product Analyst, having previously worked for 18 years as an NHS Radiographer specialising in CT, MRI & Nuclear Medicine. Tristan has also completed an MBA, and is an honorary lecturer at Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh, teaching CT, MRI & Nuclear Medicine at both undergraduate and postgraduate level.
Vice President, Engineering
Malcolm Campbell has been with the company since 2007, leading business-critical B2B projects over several years. As VP Engineering, he has overall responsibility for product development. He also plays a key role in Canon Medical Systems Corporation Global Product Management team. Malcolm studied Electrical and Electronic Engineering at Heriot-Watt University, before working for a range of different software engineering businesses in Scotland, where he took on roles covering all aspects of the software development and deployment lifecycle.
Vice President, Research
Andy Smout joined Voxar (the tech start-up that ultimately became part of Canon Medical Research Europe Ltd.) as Technical Lead in 1999, was appointed Chief Architect in 2004, then VP Research in 2013. Andy oversaw development, in Edinburgh, of the imaging software components framework adopted and still depended on by Canon Medical Systems global engineering organisation. His previous commercial roles also focused primarily on software development for the Life Sciences. Andy holds a PhD in Physics from University of Essex.
Ken Sutherland is a Director of the Board and is responsible for all aspects of the strategic development and operational control of Canon Medical Research Europe Ltd. He is a member of Canon Medical Systems Global R&D leadership, and serves as an industry advisory to the Scottish Government on the Life Sciences Industry Leadership Group. He is also Chair of the Scottish Lifesciences Association. Ken returned to Edinburgh in August 2007 to join Canon Medical Research Europe Ltd as R&D General Manager having previously held the post of Operations Director for a European multinational running its imaging R&D facility in Cambridge, England. Ken studied Electronics and Computer Science at Edinburgh University and has a PhD in image analysis, and four years postdoctoral research experience in medical image analysis.