Work and interests
Amy was a research assistant for the EPIC Norfolk study, based in the Norwich Community Hospital. Amy left the EPIC Norfolk study in summer 2017.
In December 2014 Amy joined the EPIC-Norfolk field team at the Norwich Community Hospital as a Research Assistant for the Fourth Health Check. Following on from the Fourth Health Check Amy remained with EPIC-Norfolk as a Research Assistant for the upcoming Fifth Health Check.
Background and experience
Amy studied Medical Biochemistry at the University of Leicester, graduating with a BSc (Hons) degree in July 2014. Alongside Biochemistry modules Amy’s studies also included cell metabolism, gene expression, physiology and cancer. In her final year she undertook a dissertation with a focus on epigenetics, an ongoing topic of interest.