Diana Yin

Industry Partnerships and Commercialisation Executive, Engineering

Diana supports and leads on the commercialisation of MedTech, and HealthTech related technologies from Imperial’s Faculty of Engineering and has supported on the licensing to spinout companies such as SPARTA Biodiscovery and Signatur Biosciences since joining Imperial in 2022. Prior to Imperial, Diana held various roles in Innovation and Strategy both in New Zealand and the UK, and most notably has a proven track record in supporting the growth of small and medium-sized enterprises at UCL Innovation & Enterprise.

Originally trained as Medical Laboratory Scientist in New Zealand’s largest tertiary hospital, she then obtained her MSc in Biomedical Science and a Postgraduate Diploma in Business Administration from the University of Auckland before moving to the UK.

Diana's portfolio

Small-molecule inducible promoters for tuned gene expression in Yarrowia lipolytica

Small-molecule inducible promoters for tuned gene expression in Yarrowia lipolytica

A method for fine-tuning gene expression in Yarrowia Lipoltica Find out more

Biomimetic osteochondral scaffold

Biomimetic osteochondral scaffold

Professor Molly Steven's Osteochondral Scaffold is a 3D fibrous scaffold that structurally mimics articular cartilage Find out more

CHORDs – Construction of highly ordered repetitive DNA sequences

CHORDs – Construction of highly ordered repetitive DNA sequences

CHORDS is a dual clustered regularly interspaced short palindromic repeats (CRISPR)/Golden gate assembly method for the construction of repetitive DNA sequences. This enables the construction of repetitive DNA sequences flanked by short ( Find out more

Traction force-activated therapeutics (TrAPs)

Traction force-activated therapeutics (TrAPs)

An engineered platform for controllable, “cell-activated” therapeutic delivery. Find out more

Acoustic sub-aperture processing (ASAP) for ultrasound vascular imaging

Acoustic sub-aperture processing (ASAP) for ultrasound vascular imaging

Ultrasound is one of the most commonly used clinical imaging modalities, characterized by its real-time capability, excellent safety, ... Find out more

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