PhD Candidate in Applied Mathematics, Cardiff University

After completing his undergraduate degree in Mathematics, Joshua continued to study at Cardiff University where he is now working towards his doctorate in Applied Mathematics. His primary research focuses on developing multiscale models to understand the formation of mammary organoids with the perspective of optimising their creation and theoretical approaches to cancer suppression. In addition, Joshua is active in the development of clinical software for radiotherapy treatments to aid the process of planning retreatments in various therapeutic methods.


  • –present
    PhD student , Cardiff University


  • 2019 
    Cardiff University , BSc / Mathematics