Liz has been an HCPC Registered Biomedical Scientist since 1989. She has worked in Microbiology NHS Laboratories, Sexual Health Clinics and more recently, as a multi-disciplinary Biomedical Scientist (Blood Sciences, Transfusion Science and Microbiology) in Private healthcare. Liz has been working as a Research Biomedical Scientist at UHB since September 2018, and this is her first role in research. Liz’s role at UHB involves the delivery of laboratory elements of research protocols for a range of studies linked to Microbiology and Infection Prevention, and she has recently been trained in gaining consent from patients for clinical trials.
Liz Ratcliffe is a Research Biomedical Scientist currently working in the NIHR Surgical Reconstruction and Microbiology Research Centre (SRMRC) based at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham. Liz is involved in the laboratory work for a clinical trial examining
the efficacy and optimal dose of Acetic Acid to treat colonised burns wounds.
Other positions held
No other positions held.
- HCPC Registered Specialist Biomedical Scientist
- Fellow of the Institute of Biomedical Sciences
University Hospital Birmingham