Katrina has been with us since the very beginning. Pre-CiteAb launch, Katrina was behind the scenes building the foundations for our communications. Today, we look back on everything she has done for us and say a massive thank you as she moves on from CiteAb.
Since our launch, CiteAb has seen a multitude of changes. From a growing user-base, to new reagent types and features, to new team-members, Katrina has been there to report it all through our blog and social media channels.
Our website launched on the 10th March 2013, which she played an instrumental role in helping with. This marked the beginning of CiteAb comms, enabling us to reach researchers and their suppliers globally.
Very importantly, she also masterminded and made the CiteAb launch cake. (see right!)
Katrina wrote and launched the first of our many data blogs, focusing on the growth of the chinese market nearly a year later in 2014. This set the tone for future CiteAb blogs, which aim to provide clear and helpful insights.
She then went on to launch our first ever CiteAb Awards in 2014 and work on the awards for seven more years. Our awards are now in their eighth year!
In recent years, she has written and shared news on the addition of further reagent types to CiteAb and the introduction of our published image service.
I want to extend my personal thanks to Katrina for all these contributions over the years. It has been a real pleasure to work with her. She has an incredible amount of energy, ideas, experience and skill for communicating. I feel very lucky to have had her on the team.
We also want to express our gratitude to Katrina for staying on to help Skye, our new associate Scientific Communications Manager. The guidance and advice she has provided will help ensure we continue with the high standards she has set.
Katrina moves on to some exciting new initiatives, including a personal passion project and carbon-offsetting initiative Co-forest, as well as work at the University of Bath.
The entire team at CiteAb wishes her massive success for all her future projects!
- Andrew and the CiteAb Team