Breast Health Research

Research Group in Breast Health welcome two new members to the team

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Mon, 11 Jun 2012 13:51:00 BST

The Research Group in Breast Health welcome two new researchers to the team; full-time PhD student, Amy Loveridge, and associate researcher, Amanda Brasher.

Amy Loveridge joins us from Oxford University, graduating with a BA in Physics. Amy is keen to apply her physics background to the modelling of breast movement, in particular to the strain exerted on the breast during exercise. While Amander Brasher joins us as a consultant with an aim to promote an educational workshop programme.

Both bring expertise to the Research Group which will help develop knowledge in the area of Breast Health at the University of Portsmouth.