Kirstin Goldring


Kirstin Goldring, Principal Scientist at Astra Zeneca, Counselor at the European Society for Biopreservation and Biobanking, Member of ISBER or the International Society for Biorepositories

Principal Scientist at Astra Zeneca, Counselor at the European Society for Biopreservation and Biobanking, Member of ISBER or the International Society for Biorepositories

Kirstin graduated in Physiology and Pharmacology (BSc) and completed her PhD on asthma research at Southampton University. She carried out Post-Doctoral research in to Muscular Dystrophy at King’s College and Imperial College London, before managing the UK Parkinson’s Disease Society Tissue Bank at Imperial College from 2002, until 2009. Kirstin then moved to UCL in 2009 as the Biobank facilitator and from 2012 this role included co-ordination of the UCL BioResource. In January 2015 she moved to AstraZeneca to take on the role of Principal Scientist: Human Biological Sample Governance and Strategy.

Listen to an interview with Kirstin (published August 2018) https://mendelspod.com/podcasts/international-perspective-how-improve-bi...



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