Lisa has supported clients in the pharmaceutical industry for over eight years, developing a broad range of materials including training courses, scientific publications and communication campaigns.
Having worked across a variety of areas including Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, transplantation, multiple sclerosis, malaria, Alzheimer’s disease and Parkinson’s disease, Lisa is adept at working with complex information and making it easy to understand. With the end learner always in mind, Lisa uses storytelling to convey crucial points and is highly skilled at creating practical learning materials.
Lisa thrives on collaborative working, crafting new and innovative solutions to meet her clients’ needs. Her impeccable attention to detail is paramount to the success of projects – making her a much sought-after asset.
Lisa has a first class honours degree in genetics and a Ph.D in developmental genetics from the University of Cambridge. After her Ph.D., Lisa realised she enjoyed the communication side of science and moved into medical communications. Since then, she has enjoyed working with her clients and colleagues to create materials that are engaging, relevant and useful.
Outside of work, Lisa enjoys swimming and spending time with her friends and family.