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Jane completed her BSc in Public Health and Health Promotion and MSc in Public Health at University College Cork, Ireland and since then has focused on a career in clinical trials. Her career in clinical trials began at King's College London where she was a research coordinator recruiting acute stroke patients to cardiovascular and neurological intervention and observational trials, and a data quality monitor responsible for the data quality of a phase IV trial across the 50 sites in the UK. Following her time at King's Jane moved to Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) where she worked at the Experimental Cancer Medicine Centre as a clinical trial coordinator and was responsible for the setup, management and monitoring of numerous multi-centre phase 1 clinical trials. In May 2017 Jane joined the Cancer Prevention Group as an epidemiologist with the aim of broadening her research skills, knowledge and techniques. She is currently assisting with the design, set up and management of cervical screening epidemiological studies in primary care.