Lucy started working as a full-time ‘Research Fellow’ in the Diagnostic Imaging Research Programme in March. She will contribute to PhD supervision, research and grant writing.
This is the first time we have employed someone into such a post at Salford and we have been able to manage this as a result of our growing success in terms of research outputs and activity. This is therefore an exciting new post for all concerned.
Lucy comes to us from The University of Manchester and her PhD involved an interdisciplinary project characterising the relationship between artery structure and mechanical function during ageing and in diabetes.
I asked Lucy how she felt about joining the DIRP. She said