Dr Philippa Brice - Communications Director
Philippa is responsible for our strategic communications and external affairs, supporting corporate development. Experienced in policy development, science writing and public speaking, she oversees public relations and media engagement for the Foundation, including acting as editor-in-chief for our Genomics and Policy News service, running our Press Office and leading external events.
Philippa trained in Natural Sciences (Pathology) at Christ’s College, Cambridge before completing her doctorate at the MRC Laboratory for Molecular Biology and moving to work in the pharmaceutical industry. She is a Senior Member of Hughes Hall, a member of the British Society of Human Genetics and a council member of the Society for Genomics, Policy and Population Health.
Selected recent publications:
- Wright CF, Brice P, Stewart A, Burton H. Realising the benefits of genetics for health Lancet 376(9750): 1370-71(2010)
- Brice P. Lost in translation? Public Service Review: Central Government Issue 19 (2009)
- Zimmern RL. and Brice PC. Realizing the potential of genomics: translation is not translational research. Genet Med. Dec;11(12):898-9 (2009)
- Brice P. and Zimmern R. The Public Health Genomics Enterprise in Human Genome Epidemiology, 2nd edition, ed. Khoury MJ et al., OUP (2008)
Selected recent presentations:
- Speaker in Battle of Ideas debate, Genetics and genomics: medicine made to measure? 31 October 2009
Please visit PHG Foundation’s resources page for a list of our publications and other work by members of our staff.