I am currently studying towards a PhD in Biomedical Engineering at the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow. My research focuses on medical technology and human movement, specifically, the use of smartphone sensors to monitor shoulder kinematics during daily life.

Alongside my PhD I work part-time as a Research Assistant at the University of Glasgow for a Web-based Physiotherapy study funded by ARUK. My staff profile can be found here: staff/saracameron

I am also very passionate about public engagement and communication of science and  am involved in the STEM Ambassadors programme, the GIST and volunteer at the GlasgowScienceFestival.

I’ve previously spent time as an Early Career Researcher in Germany and studied part of my undergraduate in the University of Adelaide, Australia. I love to travel and broaden my horizons!



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