Dr Amy Ferguson
Amy is the Network Scientific Coordinator for the Circadian Mental Health Network. She is the central point of contact for anyone involved in the network or those with questions about the network. She is also a Postdoctoral Researcher, based at the University of Edinburgh, with a focus on the underlying genetic relationship between circadian rhythms and mental health. With a background in both molecular and population genetics, she completed a PhD in Psychiatric Genetics at the University of Glasgow, she has a particular interest in the impact of rare genetic variants in the general population.