Eloise started her PhD in the Biffi Lab in October 2020 studying the role of genetic mutations in pancreatic cancer cells in shaping the tumour microenvironment.
She graduated from the University of Exeter with a BSc in Biochemistry with Industrial Placement. During her bachelor’s degree she took part in the iGEM Synthetic Biology competition in 2016 and this experience sparked her love for research. She focused her research interests towards cancer while completing her industrial placement year at MedImmune (AstraZeneca) investigating the use of in vivo expressed exosomes as a therapeutic delivery method. After graduating from Exeter, she worked in the Miller Lab at the CRUK CI funded by the Pioneer Award validating the use of nTEP (Nuclear Tandem Epitope Protein) barcoding technology to spatially map the tumour microenvironment in Pancreatic Cancer before being accepted onto her current PhD studentship.