Pete is the founder and the CEO of MedTate. He heads the executive management of the MedCare division, and oversees the manufacturing and operational activities of the company.
Pete has consistently excelled in his academics as well as extracurricular activities. Throughout his academic career, he has studied on scholarships, whilst consistently being in the top 1 percentile of the class. He is a gold medallist at the Maths Olympiad. He has also won several awards including the prestigious Graduate Merit Award at London School Economics.
Pete studied his Bachelor of Engineering with Joint Honours in Business Management from the King’s College London. He then went on to complete his Master of Science degree from London School of Economics as a scholarship student. Further, he worked in several institutions in the financial services industry including HSBC, Deloitte and Fidelity National Information Services (Previously SunGard).
Despite a secure career trajectory, his increasing passion on the nature’s ability to care and cure made him change his career direction towards healthcare industry. He decided to further embark on a PhD program to learn the financial aspects of setting up and managing a healthcare company. Thus he founded MedTate with the belief to use the best that Mother Nature offers, to develop breakthrough healthcare products. With the mission of Curing with Care.
Today, MedTate has developed several healthcare products. Its flagship product Ojamin is now available at the top 150 UK stores, including Selfridges and John Bell & Croydon. Further, the company launched its biotech division MedCure™, which has potential blockbuster products in the pipeline. It has formed several R&D and business collaborations with top academic institutions and reputed corporations.
Prof. Ebrahim is the Executive Director at MedTate. Professor Naderali completed his studies in Pharmacology from the University of Sunderland followed by a scholarship from the University of Edinburgh where he completed his post-graduate PhD study in Pharmacology. After a few years of successful post-doctoral and research lectureship posts, he went on to train as a medical doctor.
After completion of his medical training, Ebrahim worked as a medical doctor in NHS whilst continuing his academic and research interests in obesity, diabetes and cardiovascular disease. This resulted in him obtaining the Chair of Obesity and Metabolic Disease in 2009 from the Liverpool Hope University. Moreover Prof. Naderali successfully obtained the Fellowship of Royal College of Physicians Edinburgh in 2013.
Professor Naderali has been collaborating with pharmaceutical industry for over 25 years and for the past 10 years he has held many senior roles (Medical Director, Global Medical Director and Global Chief Medical Director) in major pharmaceutical companies such as Pfizer, Eli-Lilly and Walgreens Boots Alliance (WBA). As a global Medical Director, Ebrahim has led successful launch of six block buster drugs in diabetes.
Professor Naderali continued with his academics and research throughout his leadership roles within the pharmaceutical industry, resulting in over 100 publications and presenting at over 200 national and international scientific conferences, as well as reviewing and editing manuscripts for over 20 scientific journals. Professor Naderali has led the NHS North West Ethic Committee for several years and currently is one of the Medical appraisals of the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Medicine.
Professor Angell is the Chairman of the Advisory Board at MedTate. Professor Angell has been one of the first advocates of MedTate’s flagship product Ojamin, and is now a champion of our nutraceutical range. He is presently the Emeritus Professor at the London School of Economics and Political Science having previously being the Professor at Department of Management, LSE.
Professor Angell has a first degree in Pure Mathematics, and a doctorate in Algebraic Number Theory. He first came to prominence through his work in computer graphics. Apart from his academic achievements, he has also written software and produced animation sequences for television advertisements, as well as for the television programs on science and business.
Professor Angell has previously acted as a strategic advisor on the management, security and strategic impact of information systems to many national and international organizations, governments and the EU. Until 2000 he was a personal advisor to the Cabinet of the Director General of UNESCO (Federico Mayor). He has previously worked with the Malaysian Prime Minister, Dr. Mahathir Mohamad and the (now ex) Deputy Prime Minister, Anwar Ibrahim, and His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai.
Dr. Hilary Jones is the Non-Executive Director at MedTate. Dr. Hilary Jones qualified from the Royal Free Hospital medical school in 1976 spending two years in postgraduate posts at that hospital in general medicine and surgery, oncology, intensive care and accident and emergency.
Subsequently he has worked in a variety of specialities including obstetrics and gynaecology, ophthalmology, health screening and aesthetics.
In 1979 he was the single-handed Doctor on Tristan da Cunha, a British dependency in the South Atlantic and the most isolated inhabited island in the world. Later he was a trouble-shooting medical practitioner in the Shetland Islands working for both the Oil industry and serving the local community in emergencies.
After a stint in Obstetrics and Gynaecology at Basingstoke Hospital (now known as Northants Hospital Trust) he joined Church Grange Surgery as a GP and GP educational trainer devoting the next ten years of his professional life to his patients there. In the latter part of the 80's he joined British Medical TV as a Consultant and presenter and then TV AM, at that time the most successful breakfast television programme in the world, out of their studios at Camden Lock in London.
He became a Principal in General Practice and a GP educational trainer in the early 1980's and joined the most successful breakfast TV station in the world at that time, TVAM at Camden Lock. He also became and still remains, a regular columnist for the Sun Newspaper Fabulous Magazine and he is a Guest Presenter on BBC Radio 2’s Steve Wright show – the most listened to radio show in Europe.
Continuing to work as a family GP ever since he has become a well- known, trusted and highly respected medical broadcaster on TV and radio, he contributes to a number of newspapers and magazines and is the author of several books and novels, the latest being ' A Day In Your Life' published by Bantam Press.
He is currently the Health Editor at Good Morning Britain, and appears on The Lorraine Show with his slot The Pulse, where Dr Hilary takes a look at the health topics that have been discussed in the media that week. Dr Hilary is a Patron of or Ambassador to a number of his chosen charities including The Meningitis Research Foundation, Get Ahead Charity, Matt Hampson Foundation, The Lauren Currie Twilight Foundation, Northern Lights Charity, The London Air Ambulance Charity, The Stroke Association, Diabetes UK, Breakthrough Breast Cancer and British Heart Foundation and Pancreatic Action Charity.