I am currently working as a postdoctoral research associate at the University of Sheffield. Working in the lab of Professor David Strutt, I am building computational models to investigate how expression gradients can be converted to strong cellular asymmetries and how these asymmetries can be interpreted as polarity cues.

My research interests include various aspects of developmental

biology, including how tissues are formed during organism
development, how cells communicate with one another to
coordinate behaviour, and how these processes can go wrong
causing disease.

I use a combination of experimental and computational approaches to improve understanding of these issues.

Interdisciplinary Biological Research