Emma joined the PHG Foundation as a Policy Analyst in 2017 after completing a PhD in Pathology as part of the mammalian genomics research group at the University of Cambridge. Emma contributes to our work areas on genomics and sequencing technologies, genome editing, regenerative medicine and gene therapy, and the use of data in medicine. She also contributes scientific input to our policy and advocacy initiatives.
Previously, Emma worked in various roles in science communication, and separately in clinical research. She holds an MRes in Biosystematics from Imperial College London and a Biology BSc from the University of St Andrews. She has broader interests in evolution and natural history.