Anne-Marie Baird is a Senior Research Fellow in Trinity College Dublin, a patient advocate and the current president of Lung Cancer Europe (LuCE).
She has a strong personal connection to lung cancer, as her Granny and Aunt both died from the disease. Anne-Marie has been heavily involved in lung cancer advocacy space since 2012.
In 2017, she became involved in LuCE, and was elected to the board in 2018. This was followed in 2020 as her election as President of the organisation. She is involved in many patient councils, steering committees and advisory boards; and serves as the LuCE representative on the European Cancer Organisation Patient Advisory Committee. She is also one of the founding members of the Irish Lung Cancer Community (ILCC), the first lung cancer specific advocacy group in Ireland.
Outside of the advocacy space, she is an experienced cancer molecular biologist with research interests in inflammation and immune mediators, metastatic cascade, drug resistance and disease biomarkers.
Last update: August 2022