Marcus Stow
Marcus Stow
Ministry of Defence

Wing Commander Stow joined the Royal Air Force in 2002 as a Nursing Officer. During his varied RAF career, he has focused on Aeromedical Evacuation, military medical leadership and training.

Stow has had a long and illustrious military career and has worked all over the world in a wide variety of locations including Bosnia, Qatar, Turkey, Afghanistan and Norway. As an example, in 2011, Stow deployed to Afghanistan with the US Marine Corps and was responsible for the successful medical evacuation of 1100 sick and wounded people.

He volunteered to support the Ebola crisis in Sierra Leone and whilst there helped develop a novel method of moving infective casualties by land and Air.

In 2016 Stow was invited into the Order of Saint John for his collective efforts to preserve life and reduce suffering for the good of humanity. In 2019 Stow received both the Worshipful Cutler’s prize for Innovation and an OBE for his work in medical Innovation.

Marcus is currently the Chief Operating Officer of JhubMed, the Defence Medical Innovation Hub, working to improve patient care by putting world leading technology into the hands of the Military Medical User, at pace.

My Sessions
Delivering Medical Capability into the Hands of the Military User at Pace
Presentation Med-Tech Innovation Conference - A120



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