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I obtained my MSci at the University of Glasgow and my PhD at the University of Manchester. Having worked increasingly on mathematical models inspired by biological problems, I then went on to take up postdoctoral research positions in Ecology and Evolution departments at Princeton University and the University of Zurich.
In 2017 I was awarded a Leverhulme Early Career Fellowship, which funded two years of research in the Department of Mathematical Sciences at the University of Bath. I am continuing this research here at York, where I moved in 2019 to take up a Lectureship in Mathematical Biology.
My research used mathematical models to try and understand and predict observed eco-evolutionary patterns. I am particularly interested in how stochasticity (noise) can affect the behaviour of these models. From a biological perspective, this work falls into a number themes, including:
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