Dr Sarah Morgan
Research Associate, Cambridge University
Sarah’s background is in theoretical physics – she completed a degree in Physics at Exeter, then a PhD in Theoretical Physics at Cambridge. She now works as a Research Scientist at the Cambridge Brain Mapping Unit, using MRI brain images to study schizophrenia. In particular, her research focuses on whether doctors can diagnose schizophrenia using just an image of the brain, by looking for differences in brain connectivity between patients and healthy individuals.
“I decided to study Physics because I wanted to learn more about how the universe around us works and had lots of questions. My interests have changed to using physics to answer biological questions. Whichever path you choose, a career in STEM is also a brilliant way to give back - you really do have the opportunity to change people’s lives for the better.”
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