Ms Amy Morley, Senior Research Assistant
Amy supports preclinical studies at the Bionics Institute and provides expertise in management of our experiments
Amy also provides assistance with analysing experimental data and has considerable experience in providing technical and organisational support such as project planning and equipment ordering for the laboratory.
Previously, Amy had roles at Baker Institute in the in the Department of Diabetic Complications, Glycation and Diabetes Complications Laboratory.
She started at the Bionics Institute in 2011 as a Research Assistant for the Hearing Team and transitioned to the Peripheral Interfaces and Neuromodulation Team in 2019.
Amy holds a Masters of Science in Physiology from the University of Melbourne, along with a Bachelor of Science with Honours from Deakin University.