Catherine studied anatomical science at the University of Bristol before heading to London. She completed her PhD in Immunology at Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry, tracking the movement of immune cells. She joined the Science Communications team at Cancer Research UK in 2016, where she works to help communicate the charity’s research to the public.
Drawing similarities between how the immune system reacts to lung cancer and HIV could uncover potential new drug targets.
Frozen needles, a smokefree UK, microbubbles and how scientists in the US are trying to break cancer cells’ ‘legs’. Here’s our weekly news report.
Improving prostate cancer survival, a life-extending app, yoga and our tribute to the remarkable Professor Patrick Johnston. Here’s our weekly news report.
Find out about the pioneering ideas our researchers are putting to the test, from harnessing the power of the Zika virus to finding cancer’s paper trail.
Our rapid turn-around funding scheme aims to fund high-risk research that we wouldn’t normally fund.
Category: Science blog March 16, 2017
Our scientists are developing a new experimental drug to target how cancer cells repair their DNA, and upset cancer’s balance.
Category: Science blog March 4, 2017
Nose swabs, ups and downs for engineered immune cells, ‘grab and go’ food and can the ‘stickiness’ of cancer cells predict if they’ll spread?
We were live from inside the human body, how a smartphone attachment can analyse DNA and… why you should ‘Know your Lemons’
Category: Science blog January 19, 2017
Meet our new leaders, who are spearheading research to tackle some of the biggest questions we need to answer to help more people survive cancer.