Dr. Celine Caquineau

Biomedical Scientist and Teaching Fellow


    Dr. Celine Caquineau is a biomedical scientist and teaching fellow at the School of Biomedical Sciences at the University of Edinburgh, where she graduated with a PhD in Neuroendocrinology in 2005. Her research interests include the understanding of the mechanisms controlling appetite and obesity. Celine is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy UK and has extensive experience in teaching at undergraduate level with a strong interest in innovative teaching methods. She is currently the course organiser of the first interdisciplinary course at the University of Edinburgh, ‘Our Changing World’, an undergraduate course based on a series of high-profile public lectures which aim to engage students and members of the public with global challenges facing society today.