Christine Ridout


Christine is an experienced government and public affairs specialist with a strong background in advocacy and health policy research. She brings a wealth of expertise across the life sciences sector, largely focusing on non-communicable diseases at a global and European level. She is passionate about shaping healthcare systems that prioritise the needs of patients and is particularly keen on driving evidence-based policy and improving access to new and innovative medicines.

 Across her career, she has led major initiatives with clients including leading life-sciences companies, professional societies and patient advocacy groups across oncology, neurology, cardiovascular disease, rare diseases, blood disorders and innovative therapeutics. Christine holds a BSc in Biochemistry from the University of St Andrews and a MSc in Global Health and Development from UCL.

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