Kate obtained her BSC Honours degree from Loughborough University after completing her research on the impact of daytime activity on Slow Wave Sleep . She was subsequently appointed as a sleep medical technologist at St. Thomas’ Hospital Sleep Disorders Centre in 2006. She has been instrumental in helping to develop the clinical sleep technology service at Guy’s and St. Thomas Hospitals over the past 7 years and in 2007 was appointed Senior Sleep Technologist.
In 2010, she was made Chief Sleep Technologist in the Paediatric Sleep Medicine Service and departmental manager at Evelina Children’s Hospital.
She is one of a small number of UK qualified technologists who has the RPSGT qualification. She is an active member of The British Sleep Society (BSS), The American Association of Sleep Technologists (AAST) and The European Society of Sleep Technologists (ESST)Back