After Emma McCormack completed her degree in Biomedical Science in 2010, she decided that she wanted to utilise her knowledge of the human body within a clinical setting and be at the front of patient care. Emma completed the Diploma in Higher Education in Dental Hygiene & Therapy at the University of Sheffield in June 2013.
Emma currently works full-time as both a dental hygienist and therapist across four different practices throughout the Midlands. One of the practices Emma has worked at since qualifying in 2013 is the Campbell Clinic, where Emma is primarily involved in implementing implant maintenance programmes for patients.
Emma is currently Chairperson for the BSDHT Midlands Committee and last year volunteered with the charity Dental Hygienists for India, providing dental treatment to 600 underprivileged children in South India.
Qualifications: BSc DipHE Dental Hygiene & Therapy Sheffield