Dr Catherine Hill
Dr Catherine Hill is Head of Communications at BioNews and at the charity that publishes it, the Progress Educational Trust (PET) - managing traditional and social media communications, increasing public engagement, and representing the charity in the media and at events. Her background is in science communication, and she was previously Head of Communications at the charity Fertility Network UK, leading media campaigns including National Fertility Awareness Week and appearing regularly in the media (on BBC1's Breakfast programme, on BBC2's Newsnight and Victoria Derbyshire, and on BBC Radio 4's World at One). She has also worked for many years as a science journalist, including as science correspondent for the newspaper The European.
Catherine is a non-fiction author, broadcaster and public speaker. Her books include The Story of V (buy this book from Amazon UK), a cultural biography of female genitalia which has been published in 13 countries. She has written for a variety of publications including the Financial Times and the Health Service Journal, and she has lectured nationally and internationally (including at the Cheltenham and Manchester Science Festivals). She has acted as a consultant for theatre, and she is a member of the Society of Authors and of the Women's Voices Involvement Panel of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists. She has a PhD in Drug Metabolism from Birkbeck College (now Birkbeck University of London).
BioNews Comment articles written by Dr Catherine Hill:
|Do the Law Commissions' proposals for surrogacy reform have the child's welfare at heart?|
|30 September 2019 - by Dr Catherine Hill|
|Can law reform solve surrogacy's problems? That was the big question at the start of the Progress Educational Trust (PET) and the Scottish Government's joint public event in Edinburgh on 24 September 2019... [Read More]|
BioNews News articles written by Dr Catherine Hill:
|IVF postcode lottery 'blights patients' lives and damages the NHS' reputation', says minister|
|24 June 2019 - by Dr Catherine Hill|
|Health minister Jackie Doyle-Price has urged England's 195 clinical commission groups to end the IVF postcode lottery... [Read More]|