Understanding the Complex Dynamics of the Molecular Circadian Clock and Designing a Metric of Clock Disruption in Cancer.
Supervisors: Professor David Rand (Systems biology and Mathematics) and Professor Francis Levi (Warwick Medical School)
My project aims to elucidate the complexities of normal periodic gene expression, in order design a diagnostic tool to measure "clock dysfunction" for use in personalised medicine strategies in cancer chronotherapy.
2013-2014 University of Warwick (MOAC DTC) MSc Mathematical Biology and Biophysical Chemistry
- Modelling circadian rhythms in Arabidopsis (Theoretical)
- Developing colour-changing biosensors for diagnostics of infectious disease (Chemistry)
- Novel constitutive promoters for synthetic biology (Experimental Biology)
2012-2013 University of Nottingham MSc Mathematical Medicine and Biology
- Modelling NF-kB signalling in cells in a Tumour Microenvironment (Dissertation)
- The Genetic Toggle Switch in E.Coli
- Modelling Brain Tumours
- Chemical Stochastic Systems
- Genetic Instability in Cancer: a Time Dependent Problem
2008-2011 University of Warwick BSc Mathematics
I am the SSLC representative for the 2013/2014 MOAC cohort and generally try to get involved in everything going on. My favourite part of being SSLC was organising secret santa at Christmas (see below)
I am on the University Waterpolo team, and I spend most of my evenings training at the pool, in the gym, or on a social. This is my team ...