Emily has a background in genetics and bioinformatics.
She joined Oxentia in November 2018 and helps universities to build capacity and conduct benchmarking and strategy projects.
She has experience in training, market research, technology commercialisation, knowledge exchange and commercialisation support.
Prior to joining Oxentia in 2018, Emily worked for a private investment and management company that focused on sustainable agriculture projects in South America and Eastern Europe. Emily is experienced at working internationally, having lived, worked or studied in Europe, USA, Africa, China and South America.
Outside of Oxentia Emily enjoys growing things (mainly plants), hiking and baking.
- Knowledge exchange and commercialisation
- Technology and business evaluation
- Life sciences (particularly genetics)
- Synthetic biology & bioinformatics
- Innovation management
- Ecosystem reviews
- Ph.D. The Evolutionary Impact of Resource Availability, University of Oxford (2013-2017)
- Herchel Smith Scholar, Interdisciplinary, Harvard University (2012-2013)
- BA, Natural Sciences (1st), University of Cambridge (2009-2012)