Dr Nicholas Ibery
Council Member and an Honorary Treasurer, the New Technology in Medicine Section, the Royal Society of Medicine
Having originally trained as a surgeon and a corporate lawyer, Nicholas has over a decade and a half of experience in health sector with a broad range of leadership roles in industry, finance and policy as an advisor in Whitehall. Nicholas is a Chairman Emeritus of the Leadership Group, Member of the Council and an Honorary Treasurer of the New Technology in Medicine Section at the Royal Society of Medicine. He is also a Founding Fellow of the Faculty of Medical Leadership and Management. As well as being an investor, Nicholas is a frequent speaker, panellist and lecturer, including at the Stanford University Graduate School of Business and the Royal Society of Medicine where he co-founded one of the first Leadership and Management Master-classes for clinical leaders and helped to launch the first future clinical leaders network in the UK. His particular interests include corporate governance, ethics, corporate social responsibility and innovation in healthcare.
Nicholas holds undergraduate degrees in both Medicine and Law. He completed his medical training in London and specialised in Neurosurgery. He completed LL.B (Law) in London and postgraduate legal training in corporate law at the College of Law, where he graduated with Distinction. Nicholas also holds a Master’s Degree from the Imperial College and MBA from the London Business School with Coller Prize.