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Tiffany Quinn


After obtaining a bachelor in neuroscience from the University of Leeds, Tiffany joined Technology Networks to pursue a career in science communication as a custom content producer and manager. She has helped grow the company’s custom content services through creating high-quality and engaging content for client’s target audiences. Tiffany left TN in 2023 to pursue other career goals.


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Published Content
Total: 40
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TSE Explores Cancer Research – Detecting Cancer

In this episode we will be speaking with David Crosby, Head of Early Detection Research at Cancer Research UK UK about the importance of early detection in cancer. We will also be discussing some exciting technologies that are set to change the ways we detect cancer.
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TSE Explores Cancer Research – Risk Factors for Cancer

In this episode we will be speaking with Cristian Tomasetti, Associate Professor of Oncology, John Hopkins University and Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Centre about the risk factors of cancer. We will also be discussing the ‘Bad Luck Theory’ of cancer and its implications.
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TSE Explores Cancer Research – What is Cancer?

In this episode we will be speaking with Dr Sam Smith, Yorkshire Cancer Research University Academic Fellow about what cancer is and common misconceptions.
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History of Women in Science

Download this infographic to see a list of female scientists that have made a significant impact throughout history.
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Opinionated Science Episode 15: COVID-19 and the Brain: Investigating the “Silent Wave”

On this episode, the team will discuss how the SARS-CoV-2 virus affects our brain. This podcast will untangle the disparate effects involved, covering everything from a subdued sense of smell to serious brain inflammation and damage.
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TSE Explores Drug Discovery – The Future of Drug Discovery: AI, Automation and Beyond

In this episode we speak with Pieter Peeters, Leader of High Dimensional Biology and Discovery Data Sciences Group at Janssen Research & Development, who tells us more about the evolution of artificial intelligence, and how it can be used to discover and develop new drugs.
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Opinionated Science Episode 6: COVID-19: Repurposing Drugs, Hydroxychloroquine and Clinical Trials

In this episode, the Technology Networks team discusses drug treatments to combat SARS-CoV-2. These drugs, like the anti-malarial hydroxychloroquine, have often been repurposed for the task, and evidence for their efficacy remains patchy. Why do researchers turn to these medications and how will the field of drug development be changed by the COVID-19 pandemic?
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TSE Explores Drug Discovery – Testing a Drug Compound: Clinical Trials

In this episode we speak with Dr Stephen Wright, Consultant in Medicines Development from Limber Strategic, who talks to us about the clinical development of a drug, including how clinical trials are designed and the role of regulatory authorities in the process.
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TSE Explores Drug Discovery – Identifying and Optimizing a Promising Drug

In this episode we speak with Professor Paul Brennan from the University of Oxford about lead optimization, what to consider when designing a new drug, and much more.
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Opinionated Science Episode 5: The Placebo Effect: Phantom Surgery, Alternative Medicine and the Big Bad Nocebo

In this episode, the Technology Networks team investigates the placebo effect. Why have placebo treatments become more effective at treating patients in the last few decades (but only in the USA) and what do powerful placebos mean for clinical trials?
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