Female Futures is an initiative to support women and underrepresented groups in STEM. We provide events and resources to foster an open, transparent and collaborative environment in the department.
Meet the Female Futures Committee
Dr Charlotte Maughan Jones is a Female Futures committee member and a researcher in the department.
Learn more about how she went from being a vet to a medical physicist, and completed her PhD shortly after becoming a parent.
Professor Clare Elwell is a Female Futures committee member and an academic in the department.
Learn more about Clare's award-winning research and work to inspire girls and women in STEM.
Dr Elly Martin is a Female Futures committee member and a researcher in the department.
Learn more about Elly's work in the Biomedical Ultrasound Group.
Drop in: Find out about the next Cake & Connections event on the intranet
Women in the department
As we aim to encourage more girls and young women to choose STEM paths, it is important for us to highlight the work that our female academics are currently doing. Read profiles and learn more about some of the women that are driving the Department's teaching and research forward:
Professor Maria Hawkins is an academic in radiation oncology, working with UCLH's new Proton Beam Therapy Centre. Find her on UCL IRIS.
Dr Lynsey Duffell is an academic in the department working on neuromodulation. Find her on UCL IRIS.
Dr Gemma Bale is a researcher in the Biomedical Optics Research Laboratory. Learn more about her life in the Department and her recent British Science Association Media Fellowship.