Emma began her academic career in 2012, graduating from the University of Warwick in 2015 with a BSc in Physics. Here, she used Solid-State NMR to investigate the interactions of oxygen within various catalytic processes. She has also completed a placement at Imanova, where she evaluated whether a new magnetic resonance technique could identify and diagnose multiple sclerosis from lesions within the spinal cord. In 2015 she began working within the EPSRC Physical Sciences for Health Centre and graduated with a Masters in Chemistry in 2016. She now focusses on externally manipulating collagen type I using both topographical and chemical cues to aid wound repair.
Emma McCarthy is a doctoral researcher working within the Healthcare Technologies Institute and Physical Sciences for Health CDT.
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- BSc – University of Warwick
- MSc – University of Birmingham
Department of Biochemical Engineering/Institute of Translational Medicine