Caitlin became part of the team at the Centre of Global Burn Injury Policy and Research at the beginning of 2020 when she began her role as a Research Assistant.
Before joining the centre, Caitlin lived in Myanmar researching the treatment outcome of HIV-TB coinfected patients treated at an NGO in Yangon. During her time there, she also became involved in the evaluation of a device aimed at Community Health Workers to facilitate their early detection of pneumonia in children under 5. Prior to this, Caitlin gained an MSc in Global Health in 2018, where her main research focus was exploring the barriers women in Latin America face in achieving sexual and reproductive autonomy, in relation to Zika Virus. Caitlin also holds a BSc in Biomedical Sciences from the University of Sussex.