Claire Malone: physicist
Phizzi professionals gives an insight into career pathways from physics. Claire is a physicist at the University of Cambridge and CERN.
Phizzi professionals gives an insight into the many and varied career pathways that can lead from physics. We talk to people from different professions about how physics influenced their education and career decisions.
Claire Malone was born with a disability called cerebral palsy, which affects her movements, speech and the use of her hands. She is a physicist at the University of Cambridge analysing results and data that come from experiments at the Large Hadron Collider in CERN.
Claire is passionate about making physics accessible to everyone. She does lots of work to share her story and show other people who have disabilities that they can work in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM). She works hard to promote inclusion and to improve the STEM environment for LGBTQ+ people.
You can read more about Claire in our women in physics research cards which can also be downloaded from our resources page.
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Published: 17 November 2021