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My research interests lie in applications of nonlinear and delayed dynamics method to mathematical biology/epidemiology, especially to immunology and autoimmunity, and stochastic analysis. In particular, I am interested in infectious disease modelling, with the aim of supporting the development of novel antiviral strategies through my modelling work.
During my PhD I focused on mathematical modelling in immunology and autoimmunity, where I proposed a mathematical model of immune response to hepatitis B infections, and developed a model for the dynamics of the immune response to a viral infection and the possible onset of autoimmunity.
I am currently a PDRA with Professor Reidun Twarock, working on EPSRC funded project entitled 'Geometry as a key to the virosphere: Unmasking the fundamental roles of geometry in virus structure, evolution and pathology.'