Celine is a behavioural scientist, currently based at Great Ormond Street Hospital. Her research focuses on the lived experience of patients and families affected by rare genetic conditions. She is particularly interested in decision-making around new genomic technologies and the clinical, behavioural and social impact of receiving a diagnostic, inconclusive or negative test result. She has published over 40 papers in academic journals, regularly present my research at conferences, and is currently on the Scientific Programming Committee of the European Society of Human Genetics. She previously worked at Genetic Alliance UK for nine years.