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Claire McNulty

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After finishing her degree in Chemistry and Biochemistry at Leeds University, Claire McNulty moved into the field of Developmental Biology, completing her PhD in heart development at King's College London in 2000, and then working as a post-doc in the Netherlands at the Hubrecht Institute for Developmental Biology. In 2004 she moved into scientific publishing, working for Excerpta Medica, an Elsevier company. In 2005 she became an independent Science Consultant. From 2005 to 2008 she worked on several science-related projects for the British Council, including 'Next Generation Science', aimed at school children, and 'Network UK', a support service for international researchers in the UK. In 2008 she was appointed Adviser in Life Sciences and Science Policy, for the British Council. Her role here is to develop and support science and research-related projects, and to build and maintain relationships with key stakeholders in the UK and overseas. She is involved in a number of international projects, including the European Commission's 'Euraxess' initiative, which aims to enhance the mobility of researchers in Europe, and FameLab, a science communication initiative. From January - July 2011 she took on the role of Acting Director of Science at the British Council.


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