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Rachel C. Chambers is Professor of Respiratory Cell and Molecular Biology and Director of the Centre for Inflammation and Tissue Repair (CITR) within the Division of Medicine at University College London (UCL).
She has had a longstanding research interest aimed at elucidating the signalling pathways and transcriptional networks underlying the development of lung inflammation and fibrosis.
She has published over 130 articles in peer-reviewed journals and has held senior academic leadership positions, including serving as Vice-Dean for Innovation & Enterprise for the UCL Faculty of Medical Sciences (2013 to 2021).
She served as ERS Lung Science Conference and Seminars Director (2016 to 2019) and is currently Deputy Editor of Thorax and Associate Editor of the European Respiratory Review.