Belen Tejada Romero

at University of Nottingham

BBSRC Policy Intern, Centre for Science and Policy (Sept - Dec 2014)
Former Events and Communications, Centre for Science and Policy

After completing a BBSRC-funded policy internship in 2014, Belen re-joined CSaP in 2015 to provide support in the managing and execution of CSaP's Events and Communications, including the 2015 Annual Conference.

She is in the final stages of her PhD in Genetics at the University of Nottingham, where she investigated flatworm regeneration, in particular the reestablishment of the anterior-posterior axis. She is particulartly interested in how research translates into policy decisions and how scientific advances can influence and better society.

Belen holds a BA Natural Sciences from the University of Cambridge and an MRes in Stem Cell Biology from the University of Nottingham.

To read about Belen's experience as a Policy Intern see here.

  • 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.

  • 23 September 2019, 5:30pm

    Citizen science: reshaping relations between science, government and citizens

    In this lecture, Johannes Vogel will set out his vision for citizen science. This vision underpins ambitious plans to transform the Berlin Natural History Museum and place it at the heart of democratic engagement with the grand challenges of the 21st century.