Selina began her undergraduate integrated masters degree in 2013 at the University of Liverpool. Her Masters project looked at writing a program using the imaging software image SXM in order to analyse and process images of DNA (supplied the Liverpool Women's Hospital). The aim was to automate the process of identifying any abnormalities that may be present in the DNA and flag the sample, in order to aid a geneticist.
In July 2017 Selina graduated with an MPhys degree and joined the Liverpool Big Data Science CDT in October. Her research looks into modelling proton therapy for the treatment of cancer using Monte Carlo methods.