Head of Centre of Excellence – Lipid Nanoparticles, CPI
Juliana (Jules) Haggerty is Head of Centre of Excellence in Lipid Nanoparticles at CPI where she is responsible for anchoring and advancing UK capability and building collaborative Grand Challenge programmes in this exciting technology area, essential for the delivery of RNA vaccines and therapeutics. She supported CPI’s programmes in RNA vaccines for the UK Vaccine Taskforce in 2020 and provided expert advice and due diligence on legacy activities and onshoring throughout 2021.
Jules sits on the Technology and Innovation committee of the Medicines Manufacturing Industry Partnership and on the Technology Roadmapping and Digital Technology Roadmapping groups within BioPhorum. She has significant expertise in the use of public/ private funding and collaborative R&D models to advance technology and innovation and led this activity within CPI for 5 years.
Jules has a BSc (Hons) degree in Physiological Sciences and an Engineering Doctorate in Biopharmaceutical Process Development from Newcastle University. In her early career, she spent 8 years at global Life Sciences company, Millipore, working on advanced and novel technology development and developing downstream processing best practice for biopharmaceutical manufacture.