I am a lecturer in Applied Mathematics and a member of our Math Biology Group (I run our weekly Math Bio Seminars). My work focusses on using and developing mathematical techniques that can address a variety of biological applications. Currently, most of these are inspired by plant science applications (esp. circadian clocks and hormonal signalling), but I have also worked on chemical reaction networks and calcium dynamics. Before coming to Liverpool, I held postdoctoral positions in Cambridge and Warwick. I completed my doctoral studies at the Warwick Mathematics Institute, funded by the Commonwealth Scholarship.
*News*: A useful guide if you want to learn MATLAB co-authored with Dr. Cerian Webb