Kylie joined Servatus in 2018, she is a cell biologist with more than 20 years’ experience across the academic, biotechnology and biopharmaceutical sectors. Before joining Servatus, Kylie worked at Terragen Biotech, an agricultural biotechnology company, co-leading Research and Development.
In 2013, Kylie joined Patheon Biologics (formerly DSM biologics and now part of Thermo Fisher Scientific). She worked in downstream bioprocessing and quality control. In 2007, Kylie joined an early-stage biotechnology company, developing biotherapeutics for autoimmune conditions, working on the lead candidate molecule and expanding its intellectual property coverage.
Previously, Kylie worked for 10 years in research at the University of Newcastle on a variety of projects, including cancer research, inflammation and atherosclerosis.
Kylie holds a BSc (Hons) in biological sciences from the University of Newcastle. She is author and co-author of numerous peer-reviewed publications.