The Regenerative Clinic Team

Meet The Team


Prof. Adrian Wilson - Medical Director

Professor Wilson’s role revolves around the leadership and management of professional issues associated with the laboratory workforce and the services provided by clinical and laboratory technicians. This includes all relevant operational developmental and strategic matters. Prof. Wilson oversees and monitors the delivery of high quality and safe patient services through robust performance management and reporting qualities. He is also the head of the Point of Care Committee and Scientific Committee at The Regenerative Clinic. The Point Of Care Committee deals with the development of diagnostics, clinical standards and governance plans as appropriate and provides expert advice on these matters. He is in charge of communicating complex and sensitive information concerning standards and governance practice (including in highly concerning situations in the laboratory).  He provides support where appropriate, investigates the analysis of clinical and other incidents, reviews laboratory patients results before submission and keeps an eye on the laboratory performance on day to day basis.


Dan Smith - Business Managing Director

Dan oversees the activities of The Regenerative Laboratory and is responsible for managing the Lab’s resources, as well as the establishment of strategic goals and formulating plans to make sure those goals are met. He has a medical arm to the business, offering a dedicated service focusing exclusively on providing online services to the medical sector. He created Dodec Medical, a team of web professionals whose core skills cover design, programming, multi-media and online marketing. From the design and build of websites to producing HD training videos for surgeons, we have built up a solid understanding of the medical industry within the UK, working with GPs, hospitals, drug companies and consultants across specialist areas. Dan introduced LIMS in order to simplify the process for our patients and to keep patients records confidential.


Karim Kalaf - Procurement Development Director

Karim’s roles includes conducting The Regenerative Laboratory review meetings with key stakeholders to assess risk, review future strategies, and identify potential cost down and improvement opportunities. He is also responsible for identifying areas for improvement to continually drive performance and business results. Karim defines and manages key supplier relationships to deliver breakthrough performance in cost, service and quality, including technical input to negotiations on strategically significant contracts and negotiation and management of third party service providers. He oversees the development and execution of sourcing strategies across the laboratory and future plans. He is a key contact for all the laboratory equipment purchase after a review from the clinical director and Lead Scientist.

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Tharb Faisl - Lead Scientist

Tharb Faisl is our Lead Scientist at The Regenerative Clinic. He holds a special interest in stem cell, genomic sequencing, regenerative/degenerative medicine, and alternative medicine. He regularly oversees our clinical procedures and trials within the clinic and participates in expanding the clinics futuristic plans. He has been visiting The Regenerative Clinic since 2016 when he participated in our trials with BRP and lipogem treatments.
Tharb did his training in the UK and graduated from Middlesex University as a biologist and always has held an interest in regenerative and reconstructive techniques as well as many years of experience in what is now known as biological studies. He then became a lecturer in Biology at Southwark College before taken his new role at The Regenerative Clinic. Tharb provides a high-quality, individualised, and responsive service to all our patients, colleagues, and partners. His current mission is to monitor quality assurance programs, ensure the accuracy of test results, oversee the work of laboratory technicians, quality control officers, and keep records of their training and performance in the lab. He also carries out experimental research, validation, and verification procedures. He is an active researcher in the stem cell field, a member of the Royal Society of Biology.
Tharb’s next challenge is to progress The Regenerative Lab into a clinical/research lab. He analyses laboratory data and oversees the results before they are reviewed by the Clinical Director.


Katie Neave - Chief Operating Nurse

Our Chief Operating Nurse provides clear and inspirational leadership to the nurses and allied health professionals to demonstrate personal and professional leadership at all levels. On behalf of the Regenerative team, she acts to challenge approaches that fall short of national guidance, best practice and professional standards. Katie enables effective performance management, organises arrangements to ensure the contribution of clinical staff is maximised and all staff have a voice and personal development plans in order to ensure an efficient and effective engaged workforce and drive forward best clinical practice. She holds regular meetings with the clinical director to discuss the progress of the clinical team at the Regenerative Laboratory.

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Lana - Quality Control & Health and Safety Advisor

Lana has over 25 years of experience as Quality Assurance Officer at GSK. She is responsible for advising on how to manage potential recall situations for countries in their area, ensuring implementation of GSK CH Quality Management System and GMP requirements at the country level. She monitors and reviews the performance of metrics against the targets and liaises periodically with General Managers and Regional Commercial heads to agree on improvement areas. Lana determines the responsibilities of LOC Quality Staff to ensure effective, overall quality management and continuous improvement of supply chain activities in LOCs. She also creates and identifies opportunities to share information, documentation and knowledge between LOCs and she drives simplification and improvements.

Her role at the Regenerative Clinic Lab is to assist with quality control assurance and making sure laboratory technicians are up to date with all regulatory requirements.

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Lynne Hampson - Medical Laboratory Advisor and Auditor

Lynne Hampson is a Fellow of the Institute of Biomedical Science and an Honorary Reader in Viral Oncology at the University of Manchester with an extensive research and teaching portfolio spanning over 30 years. She is a fully qualified medical laboratory scientist and holds the vocational qualifications Ordinary National and Higher National Certificates in Medical Laboratory Sciences with Elective Haematology and Blood Group Serology, in addition to a BSc (Hons) Applied Biomedical Sciences and a PhD in Medical Oncology.

Lynne spent many years working in clinical pathology laboratories within the NHS before moving into a research setting. Complimenting her research, she gained an Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) Managing Safely Qualification and has held numerous Health and Safety (H&S)/Regulatory roles as well as serving on many committees including; Human Tissue Authority (HTA) Person Designate for the Institute of Cancer Sciences at St Marys Hospital Manchester; Member of the Central Manchester Healthcare Trust HTA Committee; University of Manchester School of Medicine Academic Lead for H&S, Genetic Modification and Biosafety Officer, Research Floor St Marys Hospital, Chair of the Central Manchester NHS Trust GM and Biohazard Committee and Member of the University of Manchester Biological Safety Advisory Committee.

She regularly undertakes key courses and refresher training including HTA for Designated Individuals, National Institute for Health Research GCP, CMFT HTA in Research and GCP in Research, MHRA Approval for Commercial Studies etc. and is an expert in higher education Health and Safety Management Profile (HASMaP) audit preparation. She is currently Director of SureSci Consulting Ltd and the University of Manchester research spin out RAVAN Bio Ltd.

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Emily Fox - Project Manager

Emily is responsible for the management and maintenance of the patient pathway with regard to the safe and secure transportation of clinical samples from testing centres to our laboratory. She is also responsible for the management and maintenance of the patient pathway with regards to the collection and storage of patient data to ensure we are GDPR compliant and ICO registered. On top of that, she ensures that, where mandatory, staff are DBS certified, all staff are HCA qualified and fully trained in test centre procedure, and that testing centres are CQC certified.

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Jennifer Robinson - Account & Liaison Officer

Part of Jen’s role is to on-board and manage new business accounts, manage expectations, agreeing, and achieving deliverables. She creates appropriate Service Level Agreements which are designed to manage the production of services, align internal teams to ensure a high-quality service delivery. Finance (commercials), Lab Team, (service offering, capacity and time scales,) Results Team (efficient and accurate sending). Jen is the direct point of contact for business partners and is the lead in production operations, flagging & managing any issues that may impact on daily operations, ensuring all key teams are updated, and carrying out feasibility assessments for a new service (eg new blood analysis, new medium, eg saliva) to ensure appropriate consideration to any impact on existing services (e.g. human resources etc). 

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