Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, USA 2016 – present
University of Southampton, UK   2013 – 2015
Dphil, University of Oxford, UK 2010 – 2013
University of Oxford, UK 2009 - 2010
Mphys, University of Warwick, UK 2005 – 20091st class honours, graduated top in cohort
Teaching assistant for chemistry problems classes University of Southampton, 2013 – 2015
Supervising problems classes on first-year chemistry topics such as thermodynamics and kinetics.
Supervisor for free energy workshop University of Southampton, 2014
Wrote course material and tutored for a simulations workshop.
Administrator for biochemists problems classes University of Oxford, 2012 – 2013
Duties included supervising mathematics tutors (twelve in total), conducting tutor interviews, observing tutorials, arranging one-to-one classes, invigilating exams and acting as a liaison between students, tutors and the course lecturer, Prof. Elspeth Garman.
Tutor of mathematics for biochemists University of Oxford, 2011 – 2013
Problems class tutor for up to nine students. Primary duties included leading classes and marking homework and exams, as well as conducting one-to-one tutorials for students.
Course tutor for computational biochemistry University of Oxford, 2011 – 2012
Led an annual workshop on computational biochemistry to graduate students, presenting the material and assisting with the set problems.
Dean’s Prize for research excellence University of Southampton, 2015
Awarded for work carried out during postdoctoral position.
Software Sustainability Institute open call award University of Southampton, 2015
As part of a team, won the assistance of technical consultant over a six-month period increase the usability of the in-house lab software, ProtoMS.
Publication selected by Faculty of 1000 as being of special significance in its field. University of Oxford, 2013
The paper selected was
Styles Prize University of Warwick, 2009
Awarded for receiving the highest marks in the MPhys Programme.
- Extensive experience of scientific programming with Python, R, and FORTRAN
- Machine learning
- Bayesian and frequentist statistical inference
- Biomolecular simulation using Monte Carlo or molecular dynamics
- Mathematically proficient in physics, and information theory
- Website design with HTML and CSS
American Chemical Society, Boston, US August 2015
Free energy workshop, Muenster, Germany March 2015
FNES Early Career Conference, Southampton, UK June 2014
American Chemical Society, New Orleans, US April 2013
Young Modeller’s Forum, London, UK November 2012