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Claire Meadows

BA(Hons), FRSA

PA to Professor Julia Hippisley-Cox, Professor Gail Hayward & Dr Philip Turner. Healthtech Research Centre Administrator. QResearch Administrator

Claire is the former founding director and editor in chief of After Nyne Magazine, an arts periodical online and in print, which ran from 2014 to 2019. From 2017 – 2019, she also researched, produced and presented The After Nyne Art Podcast, and ran and presented the art talks programme at private Mayfair member’s club 12 Hay Hill in 2018. She also ran and presented the talks programme during the inaugural Kensington & Chelsea Art Week in 2018.

Claire is passionate about arts education, and, in 2018, mentored students at Regents University London through the production of an issue of After Nyne Magazine, involving them in sourcing material, conducting interviews and other aspects of the process. After Nyne Magazine was an official media partner of the University.

Claire joined the department in October 2019. She is PA to Professors Julia Hippisley-Cox, Gail Hayward, Dr Phil Turner and their teams. She is an administrator of the QResearch database and the main administrator for the HealthTech Research Centre at Oxford.

She performs secretarial duties for the QResearch Scientific Committee and the QResearch Advisory Board as well as the HealthTech Research Centre Strategic Partnership Board.

She was a recipient of a departmental Award for Excellence in 2022.

Claire holds a BA Hons in English Literature from the Open University and finished an MA in English Literature (also with the Open University) in May 2024.

Claire was made a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts in 2023 for her contribution to the arts and the media.

From 2003 - 2007 Claire was a civil servant the Home Office working on extradition, and retains a keen interest in politics, government and current affairs.