A bit about my research
I am currently a member of the group of statistics and applied probability at the School of Mathematics, University of Bristol. My research interestes lie in the areas of compuational biology, biological physics, and statistical systems biology. I am particularly interested in complex biochemical networks and how cells use such networks to sense their environment and regulate their function.
Recently I was awarded an MRC fellowship to study cell signalling — the dynamic process by which cells sense and transfer the biological information conveyed by extracellular signals — and how this process alters cellular behaviour. The proposed research aims to provide new and essential computational and statistical approaches for quantitative analysis of signal processing by cells. These methods will be used in experimental settings to probe the relationship between network structure and information transfer, and to analyse the dynamics of cellular decision-making.
A brief CV can be found here