Alison Devonshire

Science Leader
National Measurement Laboratory
Alison Devonshire read Natural Sciences (Biochemistry) at Queens’ College, Cambridge (U.K) and worked as a Clinical Research Associate implementing Phase II and III trials before studying for her PhD in the transcriptional regulation of genes involved in metabolic diseases at the University of Surrey. For the last 10 years, Alison has worked in the Molecular and Cell Biology group at LGC, which is the UK National Measurement Laboratory and Designated Institute for chemical and bio-measurements. She specializes in the application of nucleic acid measurements in clinical diagnostics and cellular analysis, with a focus on translational activities and international standardization. In her current role as Science Leader, she is working on projects developing single cell-based approaches for biotechnology and cell therapy applications and standardizing cancer biomarker measurements in the clinical translation of liquid biopsy testing.


November 8 2019, 17:00
 - 17:30
Interpreting The dMIQE Guidelines And ISO 20395 For Applications In Diagnostics, Precision Medicine And Gene Editing

Live Webinar

Higher Quality Nucleic Acid Extraction from FFPE Tissue & Other Challenging Samples Using the Ionic™ Purification System

hosted by Klint Rose, Chief Scientific Officer, Purigen Biosystems

Wednesday 27th May
16:00 BST