I initially did my BSc in theoretical physics at the University of Sheffield. During the summer of my 2nd year, I did a research project in the biology department to do with protein flexibility. That was my first introduction to biology research and the world of computational biology, and since then I became interested in learning about the different areas of biology that I could apply computational skills to. I then went do an MSc in Scientific Computing and Data Analysis at Durham University. I am now a Pathology PhD student.
In my spare time I enjoy learning how to do aerial silks acrobatics.