Rosie obtained her BA Honours degree from the University of Cambridge in Psychological and Behavioural Sciences. While at university she was thoroughly engaged in the sleep research network and enjoyed attending lectures and meeting researchers to discuss their leading work in sleep and cognition.
Prior to completing her degree, she was a Student Research Assistant at Surrey Sleep Research Centre affiliated with the University of Surrey. Here, she was involved with research into the effects of electronic devices and seasonal variation on late adolescents’ habitual sleep patterns.
In 2019, she joined the Sleep Medicine Team at the London Sleep Centre and has since become a Registered Polysomnographic Technologist (RPSGT). She attends regular conferences on sleep and is a member of The British Sleep Society (BSS) and European Society of Sleep Technologists (ESST). Rosie also volunteers for The Sleep Charity’s ‘National Sleep Helpline’ as a Specialist Sleep Advisor, supporting the general public by providing sleep education, practical strategies, and advice.Back