Anna is the Policy Manager at Public Policy Projects, specialising in health and life sciences. Since joining in the Autumn of 2020, Anna has overseen and managed projects focusing on genomics, life sciences and, gene and cell therapies. These include: Global Genomics, Socialising the Genome, Genomics Revolution in the UK.
Anna also works in the House of Lords as a Parliamentary Researcher for Baroness Blackwood. Prior to Public Policy Projects, Anna completed a Masters in Law, from Queen’s University Belfast, where she specialised in medical law and ethics, and health policy. She also holds a degree in Politics and Spanish, during which she spent a year working as a Spanish to English translator in Cochabamba, Bolivia. Additionally, Anna also worked as a Research Assistant focusing upon the Gambian Truth Reconciliation and Reparations Commission.