Springpod & Roche Present:

Debunking Science stereotypes with Roche

Thursday 7th March at 10am | 35 - 40 minutes


About the broadcast

Aspiring to work in the field of science and medical innovation? Inspired to make a real difference to people’s lives with science?

Join us on Thursday 7th March at 10am as we partner up with Roche, a  pioneer in global health care. We’ll be breaking down stereotypes in science, hearing career stories from existing Roche employees and of course, opening doors for a career in science for you.


Say hello to our Speakers!

We’ve lined up a fantastic panel of guests who are as diverse as the broadcast we’ve got for you. Check out their profiles to find out more about them.


Beth Reeves

Technical Engineer Apprentice

Beth is currently in her 4th year as a technical engineer apprentice at Roche. She has completed a BTEC level 3 Diploma in Operation and Maintenance Engineering & Advance Apprenticeship in Operation and Maintenance Engineering and is working on Higher National Certificate (HNC) in Electrical and Electronics Engineering. Beth hadn't heard of Roche prior to her apprenticeship, but the company's core values really stuck with her: courage, passion and integrity.


Nicola Voyle

Statistical Scientist

Nicola has been working at Roche in Phase III trials of Alzheimer's Disease for two and a half years. Prior to starting at Roche she completed her PhD in Biostatistics at King's College London focusing on looking for a blood based biomarker for Alzheimer's Disease. Nicola completed her BSc in Mathematical Sciences at the University of Bath after studying maths and sciences at A-level.


Tom Willgoss

Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Lead

Tom is the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research (PCOR) Lead for Neuroscience and Rare Disease and the site head for PCOR in the UK. He is a physiotherapist by training and has a degree in Sports Science, an MSc in Physiotherapy and a PhD in Psychology. Prior to joining Roche, Tom worked as a consultant to the pharmaceutical industry and lecturer in Psychology and Research Methods.

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