Scientific Communicator, King's College London

Julia Kelly is a scientific communicator within the Environmental Research Group at King’s College London. Here she disseminates key research outcomes and findings on the health effects of air pollution through the preparation of a wide range of written material.

Having completed a PhD in Biochemistry in 1991, Julia’s scientific career began at Wellcome/Glaxo Wellcome within oncology clinical research, where she investigated the efficacy of cytotoxics, monoclonocal antibodies and gene therapy. Julia then moved into corporate communications.

Experience

  • –present
    Scientific Communicator, King's College London

Education

  • 1991 
    University of Southampton, PhD Biochemistry

Publications

  • 2012
    Size, source and chemical composition as determinants of toxicity attributable to ambient particulate matter, Atmospheric Environment
  • 2012
    Monitoring air pollution: Use of early warning systems for public health, Respirology
  • 2009
    London air quality: a real world experiment in progress, Biomarkers