Jackie Ouchikh

Head of Programmes at Centre for Science and Policy, University of Cambridge

Share
Head of Programmes, Centre for Science and Policy

Jackie has been working at the Centre for Science and Policy since its inception in 2009. She manages the Professional Development and Events Programmes and is responsible for the delivery of the Centre's engagement mission through the marketing and execution of its events: Policy Workshops, Distinguished Lectures, Professional Development Policy Seminars and Annual Conferences, as well as other network-building activities.

Before joining the Centre for Science and Policy, Jackie worked as the External Relations Manager at the Cambridge-MIT Insitute (2004 - 2009) and as the Events Manager in the Institute for Manufacturing in the University of Cambridge (1998 - 2001).

  • Projects

    Science, policy making and public dialogue: New and emerging issues in the UK

    The Centre for Science and Policy and the Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology (POST) are collaborating on a horizon-scanning process, the focus of which will be new public policy issues that are likely to emerge in the UK in the next five to ten years.

  • 11 February 2020, 5:30pm

    CSaP Annual Lecture: Professor Dame Sally Davies

    The 2020 CSaP Annual Lecture will be delivered by Professor Dame Sally Davies, Master of Trinity College, Cambridge and former Chief Medical Officer for England and Chief Medical Advisor to the UK Government.

  • 26 June 2019, 9:30am

    CSaP Annual Conference 2019

    CSaP's Annual Conference will bring together members of our network from government, academia and elsewhere to discuss some of the policy challenges we have worked on over the past year.

  • In news articles

    How to measure what can't easily be measured

    A CSaP Policy Workshop to brainstorm ideas on how the NIHR can measure the impact of its interventions brought together academic experts with senior policy makers for an exploratory discussion.

  • In news articles

    Statesmanship in a scientific age

    The greatest challenges facing global leaders and the skills needed for effective leadership in the modern world were examined in a series of events as part of the Churchill Statesmanship Programme 2015.