Prior to joining Inkef, Alice supported investments in early-stage biotechnology companies as an Analyst at M Ventures (Amsterdam), and worked with Syncona to conduct a cell therapy landscape analysis. Alice was awarded her M.Sci. in Biological Sciences from University College London, and her M.Res. and PhD in Stem Cells & Regenerative Medicine from King’s College London, funded by the Medical Research Council UK. She has 8 years of research experience in cell and molecular biology and has published in top-tier academic journals, including Nature. Outside of work, Alice enjoys ballet, running and discovering new countries.
I have a terrible sense of direction and am entirely reliant on Google maps to get anywhere. This became particularly apparent when I took part in running a half marathon race in Botswana, resulting in me being collected by the police somewhere in the Kalahari Desert (I’m still not sure exactly where though!).
Audion Therapeutics is a private biopharmaceutical company dedicated to the discovery, development and commercialization of drugs and delivery technologies for the treatment of hearing loss.
Salvia Bioelectronics is developing a medical device for chronic headaches. The company is working on a new neuromodulation approach, to provide relief for patients who suffer from debilitating migraines more than 15 days per month.