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Helena Carley

Helena Carley

Helena joined the CELS group in October 2023.
 
Helena has an interest in ethical decision-making in clinical practice, with a particular relevance to Clinical Genetics and Genomics. She completed her MSc dissertation entitled, ‘How can we foster situated ethical decision-making in clinical genetic practice?’, and is developing an online resource to support healthcare professionals in ethical decision-making. Helena co-organises meetings of the UK Genethics Forum, and is a member of the British Society for Genetic Medicine Ethics and Policy Committee.
 
Helena qualified in Medicine from the University of Bristol in 2010, also completing an intercalated BSc in Physiology in 2008. She completed her Foundation training in the Kent Surrey Sussex Deanery, and Core Medical Training in the West Midlands Deanery. She commenced training in Clinical Genetics in the London Deanery in 2016. Helena’s main clinical interests are in Cancer Genetics and she was the UK Cancer Genetics Group SpR Representative from 2021-2024. She currently works with the CELS group alongside her clinical work.