Innovation Advisor jHubMed, JHubMed, MOD
Wing Commander Stow joined the RAF in 2002 as a Nursing Officer, during his varied career has focused on Aeromedical Evacuation, leadership, training and Medical Innovation. He has worked in many locations worldwide, including: Bosnia, Iraq, Qatar, Turkey, Afghanistan and Norway. In 2011, he deployed to Afghanistan with the US Marine Corps and was responsible for the successful medical evacuation of 1100 sick and wounded people. Volunteering to support the Ebola pandemic in Sierra Leone Stow was key in the development and testing of a novel method to safely move infective casualties by land, sea and air. In 2016 he was invited into the Order of Saint John for his collective humanitarian efforts, and in 2019 he received both the Worshipful Cutler’s prize for Innovation and an OBE for his work delivering new medical technology into UK Defence. He has managed and delivered a portfolio of new and developing technologies within the Defence Medical Services spanning; cutting edge clinical equipment, med-logistical support, data driven insight, telemedicine and Mobile-health. Marcus is part of the leadership team in jHubMed, the UK Armed Forces’ Medical Innovation Hub, working with the NHS and Industry to improve patient care by putting world leading technology into the hands of the Medical User, at pace.
14-Nov-2023Theatre 1Festival of Innovation - Why innovating for sustainability is no longer enough
14-Nov-2023Theatre 1Festival of Innovation - Robotics and AI Research in Healthcare: From Surgeon Training to Exoskeletons
15-Nov-2023Theatre 2Chair's opening remarks
15-Nov-2023Theatre 2Festival of Innovation - Can innovation save healthcare?
15-Nov-2023Theatre 2Festival of Innovation - I-Hub overview and Q&A