Dr Victoria Revell has over 12 years’ experience in human circadian rhythms research. Her research has primarily focused on the non-visual effects of light on physiology, behaviour, the circadian clock and sleep patterns including assessing the impact of aging on these responses. Victoria graduated in Biology from Imperial College London in 2000 and completed a PhD in Human Circadian Physiology and Behaviour at the University of Surrey in 2004. She completed post-doctoral positions at Rush University Medical Center Chicago, The University of Manchester and the University of Surrey. Victoria has worked as a project manager at the Surrey Clinical Research Centre since 2010 where she has been involved in a diverse array of studies including vaccines, sleep, surgery and metabolism.
Victoria is author of more than 25 publications in peer-reviewed scientific journals, has presented at several international conferences and is on the Board of Directors for the Society for Light Treatment and Biological Rhythms.