Dr Hill, an Assistant Professor/Lecturer in Ocular Disease and Therapeutics at the University of Birmingham, was delighted to win the student nominated award, which was presented by HEFi at their awards evening on 6th July.
Lisa teaches Biomedical Science, Clinical Medicine and Pharmacy undergraduate degrees and hosts multiple post-graduate research projects with PhD students based in Birmingham and Melbourne.
She is also the Access to Birmingham Lead Tutor for Biomedical Science as part of the widening participation programmes. Dr Hill is leading PhD projects within the ‘LifETIME (Engineered Tissues for Discovery, Industry and Medicine) CDT partnership between the University of Glasgow, the University of Birmingham, Aston University and CÚRAM (Science Foundation Ireland). She is also an elected member of the Royal Society of Biology and is Cross-cutting Research Theme Lead for Discovery and Translational Science at the Institute of Clinical Sciences, University of Birmingham.