Translational Research Facilitator
Jack Webster is a Translational Research Facilitator at The Christie Hospital. Graduating with a BSc in Biology from The University of Manchester in 2021, Jack ventured into the realm of research and clinical science. His role bridges the gap between a clinical trials co-ordinator and a research nurse, keeping him engaged in the office, lab, and clinic.
Jack’s responsibilities are broad and dynamic, depending on the study or the day of the week. He plays a crucial role in coordinating and managing data for various translational studies, including RAS Bio. Engaging with patients in the clinic, Jack collects blood samples during trial visits and contributes to post-mortem sample collection for those who consented to research samples after passing.
Having experienced different levels of lung cancer research at The Christie, from COVID team at Wrightington hospital to the present, Jack finds immense satisfaction in the diversity of his role and the continuous learning opportunities it provides.