Jocelyn joined the AMRC in 2017. She oversees the collection, analysis and publication of sector data to demonstrate the scale of charity investment in medical research and highlight the impact of this research on people and society. She coordinates several working groups to support and connect AMRC members on issues related to research management and impact. She also leads on the Researchfish and AMRC Open Research projects.

Jocelyn has a background in medical research. After earning her PhD in neuroscience from Harvard Medical School, she spent several years as a research fellow at Boston Children's Hospital studying brain development. Her work with children and families affected by neurodevelopmental disorders inspired her to pursue a career in the medical research charity sector.