Sam went to university in the UK and achieved a first-class honours degree in Biomedical science and a subsequent PhD in Protein biochemistry. She then joined the first phenome centre based at Imperial College London as an NMR (Nuclear Magnetic Resonance) technician. In 2019 she made the move to Perth with her young family to become the NMR manager and subsequently Senior Lecturer in NMR within the Australian National Phenome Centre (ANPC). Since the start of the emerging COVID-19 pandemic, Sam has led the NMR team on the ground-breaking research to understand the metabolic effects of the disease. This research has resulted in multiple publications and a patent to determine disease diagnosis, severity, and recovery.
Want to stay up to date with the latest on what’s happening at WiTWA? Become a member to receive invites to our upcoming events, hear about our annual WiTWA Tech [+] awards, and get news about all things tech [+].
It’s free, and you can opt out at any time!