OracleBio welcomes New Image Analysis Scientists

OracleBio are delighted to commence the new year with the appointment of two new Image Analysis scientists, Matthew Corser and Karen McClymont. The addition of these two talented members of staff to the team will expand our scientific workforce and help meet current and new project demands.










Karen McClymont and Matthew Corser


Matthew Corser was awarded an MSc in Biomedical Engineering with Distinction from the University of Strathclyde in 2017, and a BSc in Biomedical Science from Robert Gordon University in 2016. Matthew brings previous experience working as a Biomedical Support Worker at NHS Grampian in Aberdeen.

Karen McClymont earned her PhD in Structural Biochemistry from the University of Glasgow in 2016. Prior to completing her PhD, Karen graduated with an MRes in Biomedical Sciences from the University of Glasgow and a BSc in Biology/Biological Sciences from the University of St. Andrews. Karen also brings relevant and valuable experience in Image Analysis from Clinnovate Health where she worked as a Lab Specialist.

Dr Lorcan Sherry, OracleBio’s Chief Scientific Officer, commented:

“We’re delighted to welcome new Image Analysis scientists to our team. The continued growth of OracleBio has identified the need for qualified and highly-skilled scientists, and we are always keen on expanding our Image Analysis capabilities by recruiting the best talent”


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