Amy is a member of the Open Science and Research Services Team at NTU Library since 2020. She provides Open Science advocacy and research services (e.g. conducting Data Management Plan writing workshops, organising events on Open Access and Data Sharing, coordinating citation reports for faculty's Promotion & Tenure exercises). She is passionate about imparting research data management best practices to the academic community. She is also the Business Project Manager for the launch of Research Data Storage System (RDSS) at NTU.
Prior to this, she was a Medical cum Scholarly Communications Librarian at the National University of Singapore from 2016-2020. She gave talks on research data documentation and storage at Research Compliance and Integrity Townhalls and post-graduate lectures at the Faculties of Medicine and Engineering. Before entering librarianship, she spent a year as Scientific Officer at a clinical diagnostics laboratory, managing a research database and operations. She also has 8 years of post-doctoral research experience at the Agency for Science, Technology and Research, during which she mentored 1 PhD and 3 honours students.
She is currently a member of the Research Data Access & Preservation (RDAP) Association.