Professor Marc Clement
Professor and Head of Business School
School of Management
Telephone: (01792) 295296

Publications

  1. Pulsed-dye laser treatment for inflammatory acne vulgaris: randomised controlled trial. The Lancet 362(9393), 1347-1352.
  2. Evaluation of the ruby 694 Chromos for hair removal in various skin sites. Lasers in Medical Science 18(3), 165-170.
  3. Nature's moisture harvesters: a comparative review. Bioinspiration & Biomimetics 9(3), 031002
  4. Dew harvesting efficiency of four species of cacti. Bioinspiration & Biomimetics 10(3), 036005
  5. Optimising the design of a broad‐band light source for the treatment of skin. Journal of Cosmetic and Laser Therapy 7(3-4), 177-189.

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Teaching

  • PMEM101 Commercialisation of Life Science and Health Care

    This module will explore the legal and financial frameworks associated with the commercialisation of products, devices and services in Life Science from introducing students to the principles and purpose of company law, and understading straetgic financing and the structuring of life science entities, with applications to their selected specialisms. Five specialisations are available: - Healthcare Services Management - Informatics - Medical Manufacturing - Medical Technology - Reconstructive and Regenerative Medicine through the specialism-specific specification of assignment (white paper assignment on a theme relevant to the chosen specialism) and its preparation and assessment.

  • PMEM103 Translation, Trends and Disruptive Life Science Innovations

    This module will explore the range of trends and developments in innovation in the life science sector. Students will be introduced to the strategic and critical approach to developing and translating innovation in life science within the global market place, with reference to healthcare services management, use of informatics, medical manufacturing, medical technology and regenerative medicine.

  • PMEM104 Reconstructive and Regenerative Medicine

    This module will explore the opportunity, trends and developments in innovation in the Life Science Sector in relation to Reconstructive and Regenerative Medicine. Students will be introduced to the strategic approach for developing partnerships and leading innovation in reconstructive and regenerative medicine.

  • PMEM105 Medical Manufacturing

    This module will explore the opportunity, challenges and routes to market for innovations in medical manufacturing. It will introduce and review the strategic approach for identifying investment, in-depth research and clinical trials associated with manufacturing innovative devices and products for the life science and healthcare markets.

  • PMEM106 Healthcare Services Management

    This module will explore the opportunity, trends and developments in developing innovative solutions in service provision using advanced technology, models of high quality clinical care and the principles of entrepreneurship. Students will be introduced to strategic approaches to developing healthcare systems which meet the demands of delivering prudent, efficient and effective healthcare to UK and global populations.

  • PMEM108 Informatics

    This module will explore the opportunity, trends and developments in innovation within the commercial life science sector in relation to the application of Informatics to inform entrepreneurial development in healthcare provision. Students will be introduced to the strategic approach, key principles and fundamental concepts for commercialising, managing and leading commercial innovation in informatics within the UK and global context.

  • PMEM201 Commercialisation in Life Science and Healthcare with applications in Informatics

    This module will explore the legal and financial frameworks associated with the commercialisation of products, devices and services in Life Science, in general but especially within the field of informatics. Students will be introduced to the principles and purpose of company law, and understanding strategic financing and the structuring of life science entities, with specific application to Informatics.

  • PMEM301 Commercialisation in Life Science and Healthcare with applications in Medical Technology

    This module will explore the legal and financial frameworks associated with the commercialisation of products, devices and services in Life Science from introducing students to the principles and purpose of company law, and understading straetgic financing and the structuring of life science entities, with specific applications to Medical Technology.

  • PMEM401 Commercialisation in Life Science and Healthcare with applications in Healthcare Services Management

    This module will explore the legal and financial frameworks associated with the commercialisation of products, devices and services in Life Science from introducing students to the principles and purpose of company law, and understading straetgic financing and the structuring of life science entities, with specific applications to Healthcare Services Management.

  • PMEM501 Commercialisation in Life Science and Healthcare with applications in Medical Manufacturing

    This module will explore the legal and financial frameworks associated with the commercialisation of products, devices and services in Life Science from introducing students to the principles and purpose of company law, and understading straetgic financing and the structuring of life science entities, with specific applications to Medical Manufacturing.

  • PMEM601 Commercialisation in Life Science and Healthcare with applications in Reconstructive and Regenerative Medicine

    This module will explore the legal and financial frameworks associated with the commercialisation of products, devices and services in Life Science from introducing students to the principles and purpose of company law, and understading straetgic financing and the structuring of life science entities, with specific applications to Reconstructive and Regenerative Medicine.

  • PMLM14 Developing Leadership, Innovation and Change

    This module enables students to explore the nature of system, organisational and personal change. It looks at how innovations are developed and implemented and how healthcare organisations consider, develop and evaluate evidence from a range of sources. Students explore systems theory and the role of disruptive technologies in stimulating change and reflect on their own capacity and resilience to cope with change. Additionally, it aims to develop students¿ familiarity and understanding of research methods used in healthcare leadership and management research. The module also develops students¿ awareness of critical appraisal techniques and the various sources of evidence used in leadership/management research and development. It also considers how the findings of research are translated into practice and inform innovation.

  • PMZM06 Developing Leadership, Innovation and Change

    This module enables students to explore the nature of system, organisational and personal change. It looks at how innovations are developed and implemented and how healthcare organisations consider, develop and evaluate evidence from a range of sources. Students explore systems theory and the role of disruptive technologies in stimulating change and reflect on their own capacity and resilience to cope with change. Additionally, it aims to develop students¿ familiarity and understanding of research methods used in healthcare leadership and management research. The module also develops students¿ awareness of critical appraisal techniques and the various sources of evidence used in leadership/management research and development. It also considers how the findings of research are translated into practice and inform innovation.

Supervision

  • Can third party manufacturing evolve and sustain the life science sector in Wales? The development of an effective third party manufacturing model for Life Sciences. (current)

    Student name:
    MSc
    Other supervisor: Dr Gareth Davies
  • 'An investigation into the potential of phototherapy for the treatment of chronic wounds' (current)

    Student name:
    PhD
    Other supervisor: Dr Zhidao Xia
    Other supervisor: Dr Thomas Wilkinson
  • A study into the requirements of the Life Science sector in South West Wales and the design of a new, expanded ecosystem to be recommended as the next phase of the Institute of Life SCience for teh benefit of the Welsh knowledge economy and the health and wellbeing of the people of Wales. (current)

    Student name:
    PhD
    Other supervisor: Prof Mike Sullivan
  • An Evaluation of the Impact of Grief on Entrepreneurial learning from failure (current)

    Student name:
    PhD
    Other supervisor: Dr Thomas Bortolotti
  • Addressing 21st Healthcare - Review of ARCH potential impact in multiprofessional working (current)

    Student name:
    MSc
    Other supervisor: Dr Gareth Davies
  • An analysis of the leadership and innovation practices of 'fast growth SMEs' (current)

    Student name:
    MPhil
    Other supervisor: Prof Nicholas Rich
    Other supervisor: Dr Gareth Davies
  • Untitled (current)

    Student name:
    MSc
    Other supervisor: Dr Gareth Davies
  • Untitled (current)

    Student name:
    MD
    Other supervisor: Prof Paul Lewis
  • The role of traditional Chinese medicine in the modern Western medical market (current)

    Student name:
    MPhil
    Other supervisor: Prof Nicholas Rich
    Other supervisor: Dr Zhidao Xia
    Other supervisor: Dr Bin Chen
  • How effective is the Further Education/Higher Education (FE/HE) skills supply pipeline in South West Wales to support an evolving Life Science sector? (current)

    Student name:
    PhD
    Other supervisor: Prof Mark Rees
  • Against a landscape of accelerating rates of technological and process innovation, and increasingly convergent technologies, what are the implications for obsolescence management, mananging resturns on investment, and research and development in life sciences? (current)

    Student name:
    PhD
    Other supervisor: Prof Nicholas Rich
    Other supervisor: Dr Gareth Davies
    Other supervisor: Dr Daniele Doneddu
  • KSA Knowledge-based Economy in the life science Sector: Challenges and Opportunities (current)

    Student name:
    PhD
    Other supervisor: Prof Nicholas Rich
    Other supervisor: Dr Daniele Doneddu
  • Nano-Analytic Characterisation of Co/Cr Nanoparticles Retrieved from Metal-on-metal Total Hip-replacement (current)

    Student name:
    PhD
    Other supervisor: Dr Zhidao Xia
  • Will big data analytics provide a new paradigm for meaningful consent in the internet of everything? (current)

    Student name:
    PhD
    Other supervisor: Dr Daniele Doneddu
  • A New Framework to Aid in Deciding Cost-Effective Treatment Plans for Patients with Breast Cancer Sub-types: A Full Pharmacoeconomic Approach (current)

    Student name:
    PhD
    Other supervisor: Prof Paul Lewis
  • Supporting the skills agenda in South East Asia: a model for talent pool development across the ASEAN region to feed in to the tertiary education sector (current)

    Student name:
    PhD
    Other supervisor: Dr Gareth Davies
  • Translation and Adoption of Development of the Life Sciences and Health sectors into the NHS and other Markets (current)

    Student name:
    PhD
    Other supervisor: Dr Gareth Davies
  • ''“Can a novel model of venture investment be created that overcomes the existing failures of the financial services industry to address the funding potential represented at the interface of independent financial advisors and high net worth individuals for venture investment in life sciences?”'' (awarded 2016)

    Student name:
    PhD
    Other supervisor: Prof Mark Rees
  • ''A study of dew harvesting cacti to inform the development of a biomimetic inspired water collection device'' (awarded 2016)

    Student name:
    PhD
    Other supervisor: Prof David Gethin
  • 'Design of a Miniaturised Implantable Blood Pump/' (awarded 2013)

    Student name:
    PhD
    Other supervisor: Prof Mark Cross
  • Untitled (awarded 2013)

    Student name:
    PhD
    Other supervisor: Prof Mark Rees
  • A novel application of thermal fingerprint and finger vein recognition technologies in the construction industry (awarded 2010)

    Student name:
    PhD
    Other supervisor: Professor Nicholas Doran
  • Optimising Output Dosimetry of a Broadband Pulsed Light Source for the Removal of Unwanted Hair (awarded 2010)

    Student name:
    PhD
    Other supervisor: Dr Samuel Webster
  • A study of how a region can lever participation in a global network to accelerate the development of a sustainable technology cluster (awarded 2010)

    Student name:
    PhD
    Other supervisor: Dr Christopher Wright
  • An innovative approach to STEM based industry-academic collaboration (awarded 2010)

    Student name:
    PhD
    Other supervisor: Prof Stephen Hardy
  • The use of novel digital power supply to drive laser systems (awarded 2010)

    Student name:
    PhD
    Other supervisor: Dr Marc Kiernan
  • Input by Business into Business-Environment Policy Formulation in Wales: A case Study (awarded 2010)

    Student name:
    PhD
    Other supervisor: Dr Jane Probert
  • Novel Application of Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) in Precast Concrete Manufacture and Lifecycle Management (awarded 2010)

    Student name:
    PhD
    Other supervisor: Professor Nicholas Doran
  • Untitled (awarded 2008)

    Student name:
    PhD
    Other supervisor: Dr Jason Jones
  • Nurturing innovation in industrial design (awarded 2008)

    Student name:
    PhD
    Other supervisor: Professor Jaafar Elmirghani
  • An investigation into the effects of laser light on chondocytes activity in-vitro (awarded 2008)

    Student name:
    PhD
    Other supervisor: Dr Samuel Webster
  • Development of a Diagnostic Tool for cutaneous Melanoma using Flourescence induced by the Topical Application of 5-Aminolevulanic Acid (awarded 2008)

    Student name:
    PhD
    Other supervisor: Prof Steven Kelly
  • Dosimetry Control to Minimise Unwanted Side Effects in Skin Treatments by Pulsed Dye Laser (awarded 2006)

    Student name:
    PhD
    Other supervisor: Professor Jaafar Elmirghani