Emily did her undergraduate degree in Biochemistry at UCL and an MPhil in Bioscience Enterprise from the University of Cambridge. At the start of her career, she spent time in a lab at Harvard School of Public Health researching the area of immunometabolism. Having always been passionate about music, she left the lab to join an early-stage tech startup working to solve music rights management and licensing; here she worked on strategy and business development, implementing new revenue models, product expansion and managing partnerships.
Emily loves to get into the nitty-gritty of product and (bio)tech. Health equity, and especially women’s health, holds a special place in her heart – she is a co-founder of the Cambridge Femtech Society which is working to improve systemic challenges in the women’s health space by increasing awareness and engagement in the academic community.