Tamzin graduated with a BSc in Biology from Imperial College London in 2015, with a particular interest in cell-cell communication. She undertook a research placement studying quorum sensing in Bacillus thuringiensis in Professor Ben Raymond's lab group in Silwood Park. Tamzin subsequently obtained an MSc in Genes, Drugs & Stem Cells - Novel Therapies at the NHLI.
In 2017, Tamzin began a 1 3 BHF studentship supervised by Dr Tristan Rodriguez and Professor Ken MacLeod at Imperial College London. She is currently investigating the role of mitochondrial dynamics in cell competition.
Tamzin is one of the network co-ordinators of the Imperial Stem Cell & Regenerative Medicine Network and the newly launched London Stem Cell Network. She is interested in the communication between scientific communities and the public, outreach projects and citizen science.