Lecturer in Mathematical Biology, University of Bath

I'm a lecturer in Mathematical Biology at the University of Bath.
I work on a diverse range of areas of Biology in which randomness plays an important role.

I have studied the migration behaviours of cells in order to understand early embryonic diseases and the collective behaviour of locusts in order to help prevent outbreaks. I have worked to understand how ants make their descisions as a group and modelled how parasites can effectively evade the immune system.
I have developed frameworks for better representing evolutionary game theory and tools for tracking the movement patterns of bacteria. I have even tried to demonstrate how birds' eggs and zebrafish get their beautiful patterns.
Who knew that Maths could be so useful?

Experience

  • 2014–present
    Lecturer in Mathematical Biology, University of Bath
  • 2011–2015
    Junior Research Fellow, Universiy of Oxford

Education

  • 2011 
    University of Oxford, DPhil (Systems Biology)
  • 2007 
    University of Oxford, MSc (Mathematical Modelling and Scientific Computing)
  • 2006 
    University of Oxford, BA (Mathematics)