Our Team: Steven Cubitt

Steven Cubitt
MSc, F.I.A.T, RAnTech

Biomedical & Pharma expert

Steven has over 35 years’ experience in Biomedical, Research & Development, Pharmaceutical, Healthcare & Master planning sectors and has an excellent understanding of the demands and needs of these sectors UK, France, Germany Ireland, USA & KSA. 

Steven is based in Cambridge and has worked with many of the leading UK & Irish Universities and Government Research Centres, which including Cambridge, UEA, Oxford, Kings College,Public Health England,  NUIG & UCD. Steven success is understanding the end users’ needs and requirements and delivering in an operational building.Steven focuses on the people, recognizing that the project is not the building - the project is understanding the end users requirements. Thought this understanding he and his team of experienced architects & Engineers create unique tailor made scientific environments for research to flourish allowing students, faculty, scientists and researchers to thrive in their individual and collective endeavours.

Steven lecturers regularly in Europe and is in demand worldwide as an authoritative speaker and has presented in USA, Australia, Europe, Russia, and Thailand during the past year.

Steven was elected a Fellow of The Institute of Animal Technology in 1987; a Postgraduate Diploma in Animal Technology in 1996 and Master of Science in 2004.

Steven’s early career involved management roles within the Ministry of Agriculture and Food, Cambridge University and Babraham Institute.  For the larger part of his career he worked for18 years at Merck Research Laboratories; 11 Years as a Research Manager and 7 years as a key project team member on a $1 Billion expansion of the biomedical facilities in both the UK and USA.

Steven holds senior roles within influential professional bodies including Institute of Animal Technology (IAT) where he is The Secretary of The Board of Educational Policy and of the Syllabus Review Group. As a board member of the IAT Steven has helped to establish a whole range of new Animal Technology training and qualifications with the syllabus now published in 6 languages and are be translated to Arabic in 2013.  

Steven Cubitt