Lauren has been involved in many research projects with a wide range of interventions, ranging from mattresses, office seating, compression garments, personal training services and sports equipment. She uses a range of data collection equipment including 3D motion capture, electromyography, pressure testing, thermal imaging and tissue oxygenation.
Lauren is a Sports Therapy graduate from UCLan. Upon completing her undergraduate degree she took several research internship posts before becoming a PhD Student in January 2015, with a thesis titled "Exploring the impact of different breast support garments amongst larger breasted women". In May 2018, she became a research assistant within the Allied Health Professions Research Unit, working for the Innovation Clinic ERDF project. In April 2019, she became a Senior Research Assistant and has been working alongside Lancashire based small / medium enterprises throughout this time to provide independent research for products and services that interact with the human body.