Catriona Manville is director of policy and public affairs at the Association of Medical Research Charities (AMRC).
Previously she was a Research Leader at RAND Europe, focusing on societal impact and evaluation. During this time she was seconded to the Department of Health and Social Care working in the National Institute for Health Research. Before joining RAND she worked in the science team at the British Library.
Catriona has a PhD in biochemistry from Newcastle University where she specialised in the propensity of drug therapies to cause cancer. As part of her PhD, Manville spent a year working in the genetic toxicology department at GSK.