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Dr. Alison Halliday is an award-winning freelance science communications specialist with 20 years+ of experience across academia, industry and the third sector – including ten years at the world’s largest cancer charity. She is skilled at translating complex information into jargon-free, engaging, stories – specializing in topics across the life sciences, medicine and health. After completing her PhD in molecular genetics at the University of Newcastle, she carried out five years of postdoctoral research at University College London before moving into science communications. She now works with a variety of clients to bring their research to life – including companies that need support with their product marketing, or organizations looking to engage with their audiences about the latest advances in biomedicine.


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Leveraging the Power of Genomics To Detect and Track SARS-CoV-2 Variants
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Leveraging the Power of Genomics To Detect and Track SARS-CoV-2 Variants

Monitoring changes in the viral genome is continuing to play a crucial role in shaping the response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
High-Throughput Screening: Using a More Intelligent Approach for Hit Discovery
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High-Throughput Screening: Using a More Intelligent Approach for Hit Discovery

While industrial laboratories can screen vast numbers of potential drug compounds, many academic researchers are adopting more focused strategies.
The Role of the Host Immune Response in COVID-19: Friend or Foe?
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The Role of the Host Immune Response in COVID-19: Friend or Foe?

One of the biggest mysteries of the current pandemic is why outcomes from SARS-CoV-2 infection vary so widely between different people. Researchers are searching for clues in the host immune response to the virus.
Advances in Medicinal Chemistry
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Advances in Medicinal Chemistry

Medicinal chemists play a crucial role in drug discovery through the selection, synthesis and testing of a myriad of compounds. Recent advances in technologies are set to accelerate their progress.
The Importance of Diagnostics in Tackling the COVID-19 Pandemic
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The Importance of Diagnostics in Tackling the COVID-19 Pandemic

Large-scale testing and contact tracing are central to efforts to control the pandemic. This relies on diagnostic tests that can rapidly, accurately and reliably detect SARS-CoV-2.
Sequencing the Human Microbiome: Opening the Black Box
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Sequencing the Human Microbiome: Opening the Black Box

Researchers are using sequencing technologies to rapidly expand our knowledge of the human microbiome and identify undiscovered bacterial genomes.
The Therapeutic Antibody Revolution
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The Therapeutic Antibody Revolution

A crucial component of our immune system, antibodies are now the most rapidly growing class of approved biopharmaceutical drugs. We explore the past, present and future of therapeutic monoclonal antibodies.
Cancer Biomarkers: Powering Precision Medicine
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Cancer Biomarkers: Powering Precision Medicine

Researchers are developing biomarker tests to detect cancer early, monitor therapeutic efficacy and predict outcomes – making diagnosis and treatment more precise.
Lipidomics – A Niche but Rapidly Growing Field
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Lipidomics – A Niche but Rapidly Growing Field

Although researchers have been working on lipid biochemistry for many decades, lipidomics is a more recent, newly emerging discipline – with potential applications for diagnosing and preventing disease.

Uncovering the Secrets of the Breast Cancer Epigenome
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Uncovering the Secrets of the Breast Cancer Epigenome

The epigenome plays a crucial role in the development of breast cancer. This exciting and rapidly evolving area of research holds great promise for new interventions – from prevention through to personalized treatment.
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