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Alice Taylor-Gee

Public Engagement Manager

Biography

Alice Taylor-Gee is the Public Engagement Manager for the Wellcome/EPSRC Centre for Medical Engineering at King’s College London. She is responsible for developing & delivering the public engagement strategy and programme of activity. Alice has been working in public engagement since 2002. She first joined King’s in 2014 and has previously worked at UCL and the British Science Association. Alice has peer reviewed for EPSRC, BBSRC, Wellcome Trust, King’s, and Research for All journal. She has a Masters in Chemistry from UEA and a Post Graduate Diploma in Science Communication from the Australian National University.

Research

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Wellcome EPSRC Centre for Medical Engineering

The Centre focuses on the science and engineering of medical imaging. The UK is strong in medical imaging, with the Centre hosting the largest research group in this area in Europe.The Centre combines fundamental research in engineering, physics, mathematics, computing, and chemistry with medicine and biomedical research. The 400 inter-disciplinary scientists in the Centre are transforming the diagnosis and treatment of patients, and will deliver exceptional research.

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King’s Engaged Research Network (KERN)

Find out more about the King’s Engaged Researcher Network

News

Behind the exhibit: Heartificial Intelligence

King's College London researchers, in collaboration with artist group, TripleDotMakers and children’s heart charity, ECHO Teens have developed ‘Heartificial...

two people interacting with the exhibit in front of a screen with a heart image on it

Behind the Exhibit: Does AI care?

King’s College researchers, in collaboration with artist Sofie Layton, and alongside young adults with experience of living with cancer, have developed ‘Does...

girl sitting in foreground with headphones on, boy sitting in background with headphones on. Both looking at exhibit

"We're young people first and patients second" Public Engagement project, Radiation Reveal unearths insights from young people with cancer treatment

Researchers and young radiotherapy patients united in a series of workshops to learn more about researchers and patients

radiation-reveal-with-background

Dedication of Faculty staff celebrated in Research Support Awards

Seven staff members from the Faculty of Life Sciences & Medicine have been recognised for their exemplary contributions to research.

Research Support

Workshops explore the public's views on scanning and surgical innovations in pregnancy

The Public Engagement team at the Wellcome/EPSRC Centre for Medical Engineering (CME) at King’s College London hosted a series of workshops to explore public...

Public Dialogue on Scanning and Surgical Innovations in Pregnancy - Recruitment poster

Features

Harnessing colour and light to raise awareness of brain tumours

'Illuminating the Brain’ a collaborative project from artist Kyam, the Neuro-HSI researcher group at King's College London and patients and carers from The...

illuminating the brain feature header

Research

MRI main image
Wellcome EPSRC Centre for Medical Engineering

The Centre focuses on the science and engineering of medical imaging. The UK is strong in medical imaging, with the Centre hosting the largest research group in this area in Europe.The Centre combines fundamental research in engineering, physics, mathematics, computing, and chemistry with medicine and biomedical research. The 400 inter-disciplinary scientists in the Centre are transforming the diagnosis and treatment of patients, and will deliver exceptional research.

on-edge
King’s Engaged Research Network (KERN)

Find out more about the King’s Engaged Researcher Network

News

Behind the exhibit: Heartificial Intelligence

King's College London researchers, in collaboration with artist group, TripleDotMakers and children’s heart charity, ECHO Teens have developed ‘Heartificial...

two people interacting with the exhibit in front of a screen with a heart image on it

Behind the Exhibit: Does AI care?

King’s College researchers, in collaboration with artist Sofie Layton, and alongside young adults with experience of living with cancer, have developed ‘Does...

girl sitting in foreground with headphones on, boy sitting in background with headphones on. Both looking at exhibit

"We're young people first and patients second" Public Engagement project, Radiation Reveal unearths insights from young people with cancer treatment

Researchers and young radiotherapy patients united in a series of workshops to learn more about researchers and patients

radiation-reveal-with-background

Dedication of Faculty staff celebrated in Research Support Awards

Seven staff members from the Faculty of Life Sciences & Medicine have been recognised for their exemplary contributions to research.

Research Support

Workshops explore the public's views on scanning and surgical innovations in pregnancy

The Public Engagement team at the Wellcome/EPSRC Centre for Medical Engineering (CME) at King’s College London hosted a series of workshops to explore public...

Public Dialogue on Scanning and Surgical Innovations in Pregnancy - Recruitment poster

Features

Harnessing colour and light to raise awareness of brain tumours

'Illuminating the Brain’ a collaborative project from artist Kyam, the Neuro-HSI researcher group at King's College London and patients and carers from The...

illuminating the brain feature header