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I completed my undergraduate degree in Biological Sciences at the University of Oxford with a particular interest in evolution, specifically modelling competitive toxin strategies in bacteria. After graduating I worked in a biotech start up before returning to do an MPhil in Computational Biology at Cambridge University in 2018. My dissertation focused on the use of Nested Effect Models to study nitrogen metabolism in yeast. I joined the Toxicology Unit as a research assistant in the Thaventhiran group - focusing on single cell sequencing analysis pipelines - I then joined the Patil group to undertake a PhD in October 2022.


Research interests:

I am interested in the resilience of the microbiome to perturbations (e.g. medication, antibiotics) and how the dynamics of this can be modelled computationally.


PhD student

Contact Details

MRC Toxicology Unit
Gleeson Building
Tennis Court Road