Beth was awarded her PhD in Molecular Microbiology from the University of Nottingham. She subsequently joined the Proteus project and Translational Healthcare Technologies group at the University of Edinburgh, where she led infection model development and the validation of optical SmartProbes and imaging devices for clinical translation in pulmonology.

More recently Beth has been exploring how such technologies can be adapted for point-of-care diagnosis of infection, considering technological, user and health system requirements in low-resource settings. Beth has built extensive networks across healthcare settings in India with whom she collaborates to co-design and evaluate these technologies, particularly in the field of microbial keratitis. Beth was awarded a UKRI Future Leaders Fellowship in 2021 to develop pathways to diagnose, treat and reduce the burden of microbial keratitis in India, with project partner Aravind Eye Care System.

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