Catherine Tully joined UCL Qatar in 2015 as a Research Assistant for Coming Clean. Her past research areas include analysis of archaeological ivory and the use of conservation as a tool for community building. She also continues to be actively involved in archaeological excavations in Lebanon.
Ms Tully received her MSc in Conservation for Archaeology and Museums from UCL Institute of Archaeology in 2014. She interned at The Polar Museum and Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge, UK. After receiving her degree, she continued to work at the Fitzwilliam Museum performing technical analysis of Egyptian coffins.