Personal profile

Academic Biography

I teach on various modules at both undergraduate and postgraduate level. I am a senior fellow of the HEA. I am currently working as a University Teaching Fellow with a focus on the student experience. I have been involved in multiple projects including supporting international students adjust to the UK educational culture, ipads for learning, inquiry-based learning to facilitate research informed teaching and group work and educating students about the importance of good quality sleep for wellbeing and academic performance. I act as a mentor for staff progressing towards fellowship/senior fellowship of the HEA.

Summary of Research Interests

I am interested in the fields of Computational Biology and Biomechanics, and have experience of using Matlab and R to interpret and visualise large gene expression datasets using machine/deep learning and to perform constraint-based modelling using flux balance analysis. I am also interested in the development of technology for clinical and sporting biomechanical analysis.

Learning and Teaching Interests and Activities

I am particularly interested in inquiry-based learning and research informed teaching.


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