Kelly Fox was the Project Co-ordinator for the ACTION for Health project from 2005-2008, managing human resources, finances, IT, team communication, team meeting organization, SSHRC reporting and other administrative issues, negotiating timelines, deliverables and budget with more than twenty co-investigators world wide. In 2007, she presented Analysis of Internet cancer discourses: infantilization and pink boxing gloves at the Society for Social Studies of Science Annual Meeting in Montréal. She taught communication research methods to third year students for five semesters.
Kelly holds an MSc (with Distinction) in Science, Culture and Communication from the University of Bath. Her BSc in Microbiology and Immunology was from McGill University.
Kelly is currently Project Manager of Intellectual Property Issues in Cultural Heritage: theory, practice, policy, ethics (IPinCH).