Martin is a Senior Associate in the London office. Prior to joining F-Prime in 2019, he was a Wellcome Trust Sir Henry Wellcome Postdoctoral Fellow at the MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology in Cambridge, where he researched molecular mechanisms of DNA replication.

Martin completed his PhD at the Cancer Research UK London Research Institute, prior to its incorporation into the Francis Crick Institute, investigating DNA repair by homologous recombination. His research has been published in several original articles in journals such as Cell and Molecular Cell. Martin also holds BA and MSci degrees in Biochemistry from the University of Cambridge.

  • ARTBIO is a clinical-stage radiopharmaceutical company redefining cancer care by creating a new class of alpha radioligand therapies (ARTs). The unique ARTBIO approach selects the optimal alpha-emitting isotope (Pb212) and tumor-specific targets to create highly targeted therapeutics. The company’s AlphaDirectTM technology, a first-of-its-kind Pb212 isolation method, enables a distributed manufacturing approach for the reliable production and delivery of ARTs. Learn more: www.artbiotx.com

  • AviadoBio is a pioneering gene therapy company focused on developing and delivering transformative medicines for people living with neurodegenerative disorders. Learn more at www.aviadobio.com.

  • CHARM Therapeutics is a 3D deep-learning research Company discovering and developing transformational medicines. Based on the award-winning discoveries of David Baker in protein-folding, CHARM has developed a proprietary technology based on the first rapid, accurate protein/ligand co-folding algorithm. The Company’s mission is to use these insights to address challenging targets in cancer and other disease areas and discover and develop new drugs against these targets. Learn more at www.charmtx.com.


  • Leyden Labs platform targets commonalities of viral families to protect humanity from known and future viruses. Learn more at www.leydenlabs.com.

  • NodThera is a biotech engaged in innate immune/inflammasome research. Our leading project is focused on developing inhibitors of the NLRP3 inflammasome for the treatment of inflammatory and neuroinflammatory diseases. Learn more at www.nodthera.com

  • RIGImmune is a platform biopharmaceutical company developing a novel investigational class of RNA immunotherapies termed “SLRs” for the potential pan-viral treatment and prophylaxis of viral respiratory diseases and selected cancers. The RIGImmune development candidates act to specifically modulate RIG-I, a host surveillance pathway that triggers the innate immune system to enhance an intrinsic response to RNA viruses, including influenza, RSV, rhinovirus, and SARS-CoV-2, and tumor DNA. The lead development candidate at RIGImmune is RIG-101.

    The company was co-founded by the prominent Yale University professors, Anna Marie Pyle, Ph.D. and Akiko Iwasaki, Ph.D., who currently serve as scientific advisors to the company. Dr. Pyle co-discovered the RIG-I receptor family and conducted many of the first structural and biochemical investigations on the cytosolic protein, RIG-I. Dr. Pyle is also a specialist in RNA structure and design. She designed the stem-loop RNA therapeutics (SLR) for selective targeting of RIG-I using crystal structure data of RIG-I complexed with RNA and developed them as antitumor and anticancer compounds in collaboration with Dr. Iwasaki, whose expertise in mucosal immunity has been highly sought during the COVID-19 pandemic.

    RIGImmune is a UConn Technology Incubation Program (TIP) company located in Farmington, CT, was founded by Yale scientists, and has an experienced management team of successful biotech entrepreneurs and world-renowned scientists. Learn more at rigimmune.com.

  • Shift Bioscience (Shift) is a Cambridge, UK-based biotechnology company focused on safe cellular reprogramming for rejuvenation. The company leverages a proprietary cellular age clock and an active machine learning approach to discover novel factors for safer cellular rejuvenation without the use of pluripotency-inducing reprogramming genes. Shift aims to enable the development of reprogramming-based therapeutics to prevent and treat age-associated diseases. Learn more at www.shiftbioscience.com.

  • Tenpoint Therapeutics is a biotechnology company committed to advancing engineered cell-based therapies and in vivo reprogramming to restore vision for people with degenerative ocular diseases, bringing together the global experts who are shaping the regenerative ocular medicine revolution and the technologies that are driving it. The company is addressing the ultimate cause of vision loss by replacing diseased cells with healthy ones to permanently restore vision. Learn more: www.tenpointtx.com.