I am a lecturer in applied maths in the School of Mathematics, University of Birmingham. I was appointed from December 2009, initially as a HEFCE Birmingham/Warwick Science City Fellow (2009-12). Within the applied group I am part of the research theme Mathematical Biology.

My specialism is applying mathematical models to interpret experimental data in biofluids problems, encompassing research on sperm motility with Birmingham Women's Hospital, in addition to mathematics, engineering, synthetic biology and biophysics collaborators in Warwick, Oxford, Cambridge and Lisbon. I hold honorary positions at Centre for Human Reproductive Science, Birmingham Women's Fertility Centre and School of Engineering, University of Warwick.

I am lecturing Year 2 Numerical Methods and Programming in Autumn 2014.

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