Communications and Public Engagement Manager
CIPR accredited practitioner
I am responsible for developing the Nuffield Department of Clinical Neurosciences communications and public engagement activities in order to strengthen information-sharing, both internally and externally. I help to raise awareness of the Department’s strategic aims and its achievements.
I am Editor-in-Chief of the Department's websites and I have an overview of the intranet. It is my job to produce publicity materials, manage social media, co-ordinate our public engagement activities and liaise with the University Press Office to flag up our research to the media.
With a background in academic publishing, I have over ten years' experience in communications roles at the University of Oxford.
- How to use the science of the body clock to improve our sleep and health
- How is a scientist made?
- From back-room experiments to modern-day clinics
- A new approach to improving hemispatial neglect after stroke
- Behind the Scenes at the Brain Diaries Exhibition
- Revealing the Brain's Breathing Secrets
- Reducing Harmful Proteins in the Fight Against Dementia
In 2017, along with colleagues, I was a joint runner up in the Public Engagement section of the OxTALENT Awards for my work on Brain Diaries, an exhibition and event programme at the Oxford University Museum of Natural History.
Medical Sciences Division
In 2016/17 I was seconded to the Medical Sciences Divisional Office for one day a week as Communications Officer in the Communications, Public Engagement and Web Team. I was responsible for the Division's Twitter account and I supported the development of an internal communications strategy.