Formerly immunologist for Cancer Research UK, Lindsey has since moved into the field of scientific publishing. She looks after all BPoD editorial matters.
With a Masters in Science Communication under her belt, Emma is helping to keep the BPoD ship afloat. She also holds a Cambridge degree in Natural Sciences. Find her on Twitter @BPoD_mrc
As Head of Public Engagement, Media & Grants at the MRC Clinical Sciences Centre, Brona develops communications initiatives to engage a broad audience in biomedical research. In her spare time she makes music and corkbots.
As a science communicator for Cancer Research UK (CRUK), Kat regularly comments in the media on the latest discoveries. She also produces the CRUK podcast and co-presents the Naked Scientists radio show.
Julie began her career as a researcher in genetics. In 2000 she won a Wellcome Trust award for her work on a collaborative science drama, staged at the Edinburgh Festival. She now works as a freelance science writer and communicator.
As a researcher at the University of Liverpool, John uses time-lapse fluorescence microscopy to look at the inner workings of cancer cells. He has exhibited with The Royal Society and won the BSCB science-writing prize in 2011.
As a freelance science writer, Dan's work has been published in award-winning magazines including BBC Focus, Wired UK, Cosmos, BBC Knowledge, BBC History and Men's Health.
A freelance communications consultant and writer, Mick specialises in science and education. A science graduate and award-winning print and broadcast journalist, he was Head of Communications at Newcastle University from 2000–2011.
Ant is a London-based science writer and designer. A previous web editor for BPoD and the MRC, he now plies his trade at Cancer Research UK.