Amy has a broad background in engineering, and has been involved in the preparation and prosecution of patent applications since 2009.
Amy specialized for 6 years in magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), conducting her research in respected institutes in the USA, UK and Canada. She has in-depth knowledge of MR theory and practical implementation issues, as well as extensive pulse sequence programming experience on both Siemens IDEA and GE EPIC platforms.
Amy has designed and implemented a variety of functional MRI studies, incorporating contrast mechanisms such as Vascular Space Occupancy (VASO) and Pseudo-Continuous Arterial Spin Labeling (pCASL) for measuring functional changes in cerebral blood volume and cerebral blood flow, respectively.
Amy has multiple first-author scientific publications in high-impact peer-reviewed journals, and she has presented her research at Yale University, the University of Cambridge, and the University of Toronto, as well as peer-reviewed conferences and workshops in New York, Berlin, Salvador and Toronto.