Eva Raebel is Senior Communications and Research Associate at Rare Disease Research Partners (RDRP). Her role involves medical writing, communicating the company’s activities and research to a varied range of audiences and assisting with research studies.
Before joining RDRP, Eva worked as a medical/scientific writer for a medical communications agency and a health behavioural change consultancy and has experience in med comms editorial. She also conducted three years of research for the University of Oxford.
Eva has a PhD in Biological Sciences from University of Liverpool/ University of Oxford, an MSc in Evolution from Imperial College London and a BSc in Biological Sciences from Middlesex University. Eva is delighted to work for a patient-centred organisation and to be able to raise awareness of rare diseases while writing to communicate the latest research to patients, the scientific community and the general public.