BSc Med, BSc Med (Hons), PhD
- University Lecturer in Musculoskeletal Sciences
Moved country 5 times, 4 research institutes, Foreign PhD,, Foreign postdoc, foreign early career Fellowship, 2 UK Career Fellowships, Twice tenured- South Africa and UK
Associate Professor Hulley studied pattern formation during a developmental biology PhD at the University of Cape Town, South Africa, and followed this with post-doctoral work on cell signal transduction pathways in the Basel Preclinical Research Laboratories of Sandoz Pharma AG (now Novartis).
She joined the University of Stellenbosch, South Africa, as a Senior Scientist/Lecturer in 1996, and focused on mapping the changes in normal osteoblast signalling that are produced by clinical doses of glucocorticoids and which cause steroid osteoporosis.
Moving to Oxford, Assoc. Prof. Hulley was awarded a 5 year Arthritis Research UK Fellowship in 2004, University Research Lectureship in 2005, followed in 2007 by a 5 year RCUK Fellowship, teaching as Academic Fellow at St Hilda's College.
Since 2012, she has been University Lecturer in Musculoskeletal Sciences and a Tutorial Fellow at St Hilda's College.