I'm a third-year PhD student at the University of Cambridge, working in the Department of Chemistry and supervised by David Klenerman and Sophie Jackson. In my research, I develop techniques that use Bayesian inference to analyse data from single molecule fluorescence experiments. We apply these techniques to problems in protein folding and protein aggregation, using single-molecule FRET.
Outside the lab, I enjoy learning about Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence and have participated in several MOOCs on Coursera. I completed my undergraudate studies (BA and MSci in Natural Sciences) at the University of Cambridge in 2011.