I studied Mathematics at the University of East Anglia for my Undergraduate degree and then I took an MSc in Applied Mathematics at Imperial
College London. Following this I worked for the Ministry of Defence as a Statistician for over a year before entering the Life Sciences Interface Doctoral Training Centre at Oxford.
Playing the Guitar
My research interests at the moment are focussed on complex network theory with applications to biology and most especially the human brain.
IMA prize for outstanding performance in final year examinations.
Accepted and/or published:
Dynamics of Cluster Synchronisation in Modular Networks: Implications for Structural and Functional Networks, Jake Stroud, Mauricio Barahona and Tiago Pereira, Applications of Chaos and Nonlinear Dynamics in Science and Engineering - Vol. 4, Springer, 2015.