What does your job involve?
As one of the Science Consultants within ART, my primary role is to analyse and feedback actionable insights to promote wellbeing, performance, and employee experience within the workplace. I am also responsible for developing internal data processing tools to improve efficiencies and the quality of insights. I understand the importance in a strong scientific rationale, so aim to provide results underpinned by the evidence.
What experience do you bring to ART?
Following completing my Undergraduate and Masters degrees, I am now completing my Doctorate in Philosophy (PhD) in exercise epigenetics, which requires a primary focus on an individual and their specific responses. I have prior experience in human performance labs and professional sporting clubs, this has provided me with extensive knowledge in human health and performance. My overall experiences allow me to design studies and implement interventions to optimise human performance, whilst maintaining scientific integrity.
What do you like most about working at ART?
My work within ART allows me to work on a large variety of projects, which promotes continuous learning and improvements in a host of areas. Additionally, I have a real opportunity to educate and help people make a meaningful difference to their own wellbeing.