Ceri-Wyn joined BBSRC in April 2018 as a Strategy and Policy Manager. She oversees a number of GCRF and Newton Fund initiatives, including the Networks in Vector Borne Diseases. She is the primary science contact for animal health and ‘One health’ approaches, within BBSRC’s wider ‘Bioscience for Health’ strategic priority area.
Ceri-Wyn previously worked in scholarly publishing, managing a small portfolio of research journals in materials science and engineering. She gained her PhD from the University of Bristol in 2012, having worked on fossilised animal embryos from Neoproterozoic phosphorites in China, and their efficacy in improving our understanding of early metazoan evolution.