Elle Chilton-Knight moved to Bristol in 2011 after graduating from Newcastle University with 1st Class Honours in BA Politics. Having completed a part-time MSc in International Security at Bristol, Elle has worked on numerous projects and events around the university. Most notable are the MB21 Medical Curriculum Review, which won the Vice Chancellor’s Award for Education, and the Digital Bristol initiative.
Elle currently shares her time between MetaScience in the Philosophy Department and the Centre for Applied Anatomy, where she administers the Gateway to Medicine, Veterinary Science and Dentistry programmes. Elle frequently engages in casual event, conference and communications contracts and was works as a freelance music journalist in her (not so plentiful!) free time. In the future, Elle hopes to return to academia to study for a PhD and is interested in the ethical and social implications of Artificial Intelligence, especially in a political or international security setting.
This project has received funding from the European Research Council (ERC) under the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme, grant agreement No 771509. Website photo credit: Matt Lincoln Photography .