Tillie Cryer

Tillie joined The McPin Foundation in March 2018 and supports the Public Involvement in Research (PIiR) programme. Tillie works on a portfolio of studies ensuring that the people who McPin work with experience high-quality public involvement and engagement. Tillie has a Master of Research (MRes) degree in Veterinary Microbiology and Bachelor of Science degree in Bioveterinary Science, both from the Royal Veterinary College, University of London. Tillie’s Masters focused on the invasive properties of avian pathogenic E. coli. Tillie previously worked in science, technology, engineering and medical (STEM) publishing and has volunteered at science public engagement events. Tillie is passionate about making science and medical research accessible to all by using public involvement projects to bridge gaps between researchers and the public.