Her research background is in Astrophysics with a focus on Observational Cosmology: in 2007 she obtained a PhD at the University of Oxford, researching the most distant galaxy clusters.
Afterwards, she spent two years at UCL as a Postdoctoral Research Fellow, funded by the STFC (Science and Technology Facilities Council). In September 2009 she took up a position at the Imperial College Physics Department, where she became a Principal Teaching Fellow. During this time, she also gained an MEd in University Learning and Teaching. She is now actively engaged in STEM Higher Education Research, with a particular interest in staff-student partnerships as well as developing students' identity and self-efficacy.
et al., 2010, X-ray groups and clusters of galaxies in the Subaru-XMM Deep Field, Mnras, Vol:403, Pages:2063-2076
Van Breukelen C, Clewley L, 2009, A reliable cluster detection technique using photometric redshifts: introducing the 2TecX algorithm, Mnras, Vol:395, Pages:1845-1856
et al., 2009, Evidence of a link between the evolution of clusters and their AGN fraction, Mnras, Vol:395, Pages:11-27
Clewley L, Van Breukelen C, Bonfield D, 2007, Detecting Galaxy Clusters at 0.1 < z < 2.0
Clewley C, 2016, Troublesome Knowledge in Relativity