Emily received her degree in MSci Oceanography from the University of Southampton, during which she specialized in nutrient dynamics. Between 2015 and 2017 she over-wintered at Rothera Research Station with the British Antarctic Survey, which involved year-round fieldwork to collect seawater and sea-ice samples for a variety of biogeochemical analyses. Following this she worked at the National Oceanography Centre Southampton supporting the development of microfluidic lab-on-chip nutrient sensors. Emily joined BIOS in 2019 as a research technician for the BATS project. She is responsible for conducting nutrient analysis of seawater samples using a segmented flow autoanalyser, and participating in monthly cruises onboard the R/V Atlantic Explorer.