I am a research software engineer at Julio Saez-Rodriguez’s group at the Joint Research Center for Computational Biomedicine. Prior to this, I was a scientific programmer at the European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) in the Zimmermann lab. My PhD was at the Mathematical Institute of the University of Oxford on “Efficient methods for simulating stochastic reaction-diffusion models on evolving domains” under the supervision of Prof. Ruth Baker. My previous work has mostly focused on developing software for simulation and analysis of stochastic reaction-diffusion systems on evolving domains. More recently, I have focused on using machine learning approaches to predict and analyse mass spectrometry data. Overall, I am interested in developing and applying mathematical and computational tools to provide insight of phenomena in different disciplines.I am also passionate in promoting good software development practices such as unit-testing, continuous integration and clear and extensive documentation.
|2019-2020||Assistant programmer at European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) Heidelberg|
|2016-2019||Demonstrator at Doctoral Training Center, University of Oxford|
|2016-2019||Teaching Assistant at Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford|
|2015-2020||PhD in Systems Biology, University of Oxford|
|2011-2015||Masters degree in Mathematics (Integrated), Durham University|