Amber grew up in a family with 4 generations of doctors addressing medical inefficiencies. Her expertise is in medical research. She has a Biomedical Neuroscience PhD from UCL, studied Computer Science at Harvard, and holds degrees in psychology, chemistry, and clinical neuroscience.
Amber brings business and sales experience with world-leading research institutions and hospitals in the NHS as clients. She’s a Royal Academy of Engineering Enterprise Fellow, a Global Entrepreneur at the UK Department for International Trade, and a 2019 nominee for The Financial Times: 100 Most Influential Women in Engineering List.