Emmalee A Ford
Emmalee is a third-year PhD student at the University of Newcastle, under the primary supervision of Dr Jessie Sutherland. Her work has both public health and molecular science interests. Emmalee is researching the contribution of the granulosa cells during primordial follicle activation using a mouse transcriptome study. Emmalee is also investigating Australian women's fertility knowledge and the viability of reproductive health apps as an accessible public health intervention strategy. Emmalee completed a Bsc hons (Class I) in 2016, began her PhD in 2017, and was the 2018 recipient of the NSW Council of Women's Australia Day Award for postgraduate students in STEM.
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