After graduating from the University of Hull with a Masters Degree in Physics with Medical Technology, Charlotte worked for the National Health Service as a Research Associate helping to optimise the delivery of cancer therapies and improve the efficiency of nebuliser delivered medication to cystic fibrosis patients for which she was awarded a Technology Transfer and Innovation prize for excellence. After completing work in Radiotherapy and Nuclear Medicine, Charlotte went on to conduct research at Leeds University using Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Imaging to examine biomarker linkages between cardiovascular disease and insulin resistance. In 2011, Charlotte moved to Manchester and worked as a specialist radiation dosimetrist at The Christie NHS Foundation Trust, one of the largest cancer centres in Europe. Recently awarded a prestigious Scientia Scholarship from UNSW, she is currently undertaking multi-disciplinary research involving the School of Public Health and Community Medicine and the Centre of Excellence for Climate Extremes.