Hayley studied at Nottingham Trent University where she received a BSc (hons) in Animal Science. After working as an animal technician, Hayley joined the University of Nottingham, School of Psychology, in 2013 where she took a three year post as a research technician, investigating differences in age related memory and learning. At the end of this project, Hayley transferred to the School of Life Sciences where she provided technical expertise and support to a variety of research projects and PhD students, gaining her Associated Fellow of Higher Education status in 2017. Hayley decided to go back the University as a student to pursue a PhD at the University of Nottingham, School of Veterinary Medicine and Science. Here she is investigating the efficacy of footbath chemicals for the control and prevention of infectious causing lameness in sheep. Her work is funded by AHDB (Agricultural and Horticultural Development Board) and supervised by Dr Sabine Tötemeyer, Dr Fiona Lovatt, Dr Adam Blanchard (UoN) and Dr Peers Davies (University of Liverpool).
Hayley is one of the University of Nottingham Early Career Council representative for the BSAS (British Society of Animal Science).
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