Life Sciences industry entrepreneur joins the region’s Life Science & Healthcare membership organisation

Cambridge, UK: 6 July 2023

One Nucleus, the Cambridge based not-for-profit membership organisation for life science businesses, is delighted to announce the appointment of Prashant Shah, the serial deep tech entrepreneur and investor as a Non-Executive Director. Prashant is co-CEO and co-Founder of o2h, leading on the development of the Mill SciTech Park, supporting the creation of innovative life science and tech-bio companies.   

Prashant’s impressive CV includes a current portfolio of positions including as Chair of Form the Future CIC as well as board positions at the UK Science Park Association and DeepMirror. Prashant is also a driving force behind community-focussed initiatives such as Cambridge Wide Open Day, supporting the developments in the Life Science sector in sustainable growth and equity for all stakeholders.    

Tony Jones, Chief Executive, One Nucleus explained: “Prashant will be an excellent addition to the One Nucleus Board. Not only bringing extensive knowledge of the needs of growing life science companies, Prashant has true depth in understanding how the sector is evolving with technology playing an increasingly important role in the development of better medicines and interventions for patients. We fully anticipate Prashant will play a vital role as we continue the development of One Nucleus as the go to organisation for those seeking to engage with and support Life Sciences in or our region”.

Commenting on their appointment Prashant said: “Having been closely involved with One Nucleus over recent years, I very much look forward to working with the team to support their future objectives. These are exciting times for the sector and One Nucleus is extremely well placed to connect and champion the cluster in order to catalyse business creation and growth. I am delighted to have been asked to join the Board and look forward to bringing my experience to the table, to support the team and assist One Nucleus members.”