Life Sciences Research for Lifelong Health

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equality4success Team

CherylChair: Cheryl Smythe - International Grants Manager

Cheryl has two children of school age, works flexible hours and is able to work at home when necessary.

ElizabethElizabeth Wynn - equality4success Manager

Elizabeth works flexible hours when needed to fulfil volunteering commitments and accommodate mental health issues. As e4s manager she is excited to oversee all aspects of the programme and make the Institute an inclusive and welcoming place where all staff, students and visitors can thrive.

Simon Simon Cook - Group Leader, Signalling (research overview)

Simon has worked flexible hours whilst he cared for his eldery and infirm parents

Anne Anne Corcoran - Group Leader, Lymphocyte Signalling (research overview)

Anne has had two maternity leaves and used a phased return to work, she used Babraham Nursery and now works flexible hours to enable her to do the school run.

HannahHannah Demond - Postdoc, Epigenetics

IzzyIzzy Hampson – PhD student, Signalling

Izzy works flexibly to accommodate other commitments with the University and commutes by a mix of cycling and using the subsidised campus commuter bus. As a student rep she hopes to bring students’ opinions and any issues to E4S meetings.

MattMatthew Humphries: Science Administrator

Matt works flexible hours for childcare purposes

SimonSimon Jones - Director of Operations

Simon has worked flexibly for childcare purposes

ChristelChristel Krueger - Postdoc, Bioinformatics

Christel and her partner both work in bioinformatics and the Babraham Institute has proven a place in which they can make a dual career family with three kids work. They benefit from the opportunity to work flexibly and remotely, and from a family friendly culture. Christel has a special interest in matters relating to combining work and family life.

AndreaAndrea Last - Head of Human Resources

Andrea has had three maternity leaves, uses Babraham nursery and is a member of the nursery management committee. She works full time with flexible hours. 

MichelleMichelle Linterman - Group Leader, Lymphocyte Signalling and Development (research overview)

Michelle works flexible hours and is able to work from home when necessary.

SamSam Rees - PhD Student, Lymphocyte Signalling

SimonSimon Rudge - Postdoc, Signalling (biography)

Simon works flexible hours when needed. 

Michael Michael Wakelam - Director (research overview)

Michael works flexibly to accommodate family commitments in a dual-career household

SimonSimon Walker – Manager, Imaging Facility

Simon has two children who have attended Babraham nursery and school. He works flexible hours for childcare purposes.

LouisaLouisa Wood - Communications Manager

Louisa has taken one period of maternity leave while employed at the Institute following the birth of her second daughter who now attends Babraham Nursery. After starting at the Institute in 2014, Louisa initially worked part time in order to support her first daughter’s integration into nursery and is currently working flexibly to balance childcare around school hours.