Tamsin Berry, OBE
Tamsin Berry is a co-founder and partner of Population Health Partners. Tamsin has extensive experience in government and expertise in health policy.
As the former Director of the UK Office for Life Sciences, she worked with Sir John Bell to write the UK’s Life Sciences Industrial Strategy, which led to £3 billion of investment into UK biotech across several public and private partnership projects.
Tamsin held a number of leadership positions in government, spanning policy, corporate, and communications roles at the Cabinet Office, Department of Health, and Public Health England.
Her final role was in the COVID Taskforce, where Tamsin was the senior responsible officer for serology and seroprevalence surveys at the start of the pandemic and was awarded an OBE for her work.
Tamsin studied law at Nottingham University, holds a Masters in Philosophy from the University of Leeds and was a Science and Policy Fellow at University of Cambridge CSAP.