Chloe joined Virtus as Senior Scientist in 2022, with over 10 years research experience working in respiratory immunology in both academic institutions and industry.
She obtained her Batchelors degree in Biomedical Science from King’s College London in 2012, then joined a CRO at Northwick Park Hospital, developing in vivo models of respiratory inflammation for testing novel therapeutic compounds. In 2014, she joined the National Heart & Lung Institute (NHLI) at Imperial College, working in the labs of Dr. Harker and Prof. Snelgrove for 8 years prior to joining Virtus. Chloe’s scientific publication record reflects her specialist knowledge and wealth of experience in performing novel research into the immune response to respiratory viral infections, and the regulation of inflammatory pathways in a variety of respiratory diseases. She is highly skilled in a wide range of laboratory techniques and has significant experience working with both clinical and pre-clinical models.
As Senior Scientist as Virtus, Chloe is responsible for maintaining a high standard of scientific R&D within the company and works closely with the Scientific Project Manager and Scientific Director to ensure timely execution of contracts for Virtus’s clients. She oversees and performs laboratory research activities and provides scientific guidance on the development of research plans to ensure optimal efficiency, quality and biological relevance of data outputs.