Previous to my role at Capco, I spent 8 years in academia completing an undergraduate in Biomedical Sciences, followed by a Master in TransIational Medicine and Nanomedicine, and finally a PhD in immunology.

During my academic career I had the opportunity to create computational models to study biological systems and used data analysis models to quantify my results. When I decided to step away from academia, technology and Capco seemed like the most obvious next step: Capco has a select program for PhD graduates, offering them the opportunity to transition into tech and put to good use the transferrable skills accumulated throughout our academic career while, at the same time, offering us the opportunity to upskill our tech skills.