Meet Our Science Team
Aiming to bring the latest science to you first.
Dr Tanya Petrossian, PhD
Epigenetics Clinical Lead
She is also pioneering the development of the first non-hormone therapeutic for endometriosis – the number one cause of infertility and disability in women during their reproductive years.
Christopher Collins, MSST, CISSN
Head of Physiology
He has graduated from Myerscough College, Edge Hill University and Queen Margaret University with degrees in sports therapy, medical imaging and sports specific nutrition.
He has worked with multiple professional football teams, corporate well-being with Nestle, across 3 different hospital sites and designed multiple predictive health algorithms. Christopher believes that genetic science holds the key for performance enhancement in athletes, engaging people with their health and predicting possible health problems before they occur.
James Brown, BSc
Co-Founder and Nutrigenomics Director
James switched his attention to the world of genetics following the deaths of 2 of his younger cousins from cystic fibrosis in 2010 and gained his nutrigenomics degree from La Trobe University in 2015.He now provides a wealth of experience and knowledge with how our genes fully interact with our food, exercise, lifestyle and environments.
Dr Richard Siow, PhD
Dr Richard Siow is Director of Ageing Research at King’s College London (KCL) and holds a BSc in Nutrition and PhD in Cardiovascular Medicine from KCL. He was a Postdoctoral Associate in the School of Clinical Medicine, University of Cambridge before returning to KCL as a Group Leader.
He was previously the Vice-Dean (International), Faculty of Life Sciences & Medicine at KCL and is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Biology. He had a sabbatical period with Unilever as an advisor to the Strategic Science Group and championed establishment of the Unilever Bioscience Innovation Hub at KCL.
His research focuses on nutrigenomics for healthy longevity and the mechanisms ageing. He has published extensively leading biomedical journals and is the UK Lead for the International Society on Aging and Disease.
He is an Associate Editor of Frontiers in Genetics and Frontiers in Nutrition and a member of the Advisory Board of the UK All Party Parliamentary Group for Longevity and The Lancet Healthy Longevity.