Dinar Kale holds an MSc in Organic Chemistry (University of Pune), an MBA in Marketing Management (University of Pune) and a Ph.D. (The Open University Business School). His work concerns investigating issues that help or hinder innovation and development of the healthcare technology industries from developing countries. Before starting his Ph.D. studies Dinar worked in India with a biotechnology company and a highly respected medical device company managing operations in Western India region. After completion of his Ph.D., Dinar joined DPP on an ESRC funded project ‘Issues involved in the diffusion of knowledge through migration of scientific labor in India’ and followed by School of Management at the University of Surrey. Dinar is currently working as a Senior Lecturer in International Development and Innovation at the Development Policy and Practice group. He is also associated with the Innogen Institute and School of Social and Political Science at the University of Edinburgh.