I'm currently a DPhil student on the Doctoral Training Programme in Interdisciplinary Biosciences, supported by a 4-year BBRSC studentship
, with a strong interest in zoologically-minded evolutionary problems. As an undergraduate, I studied biological sciences at Imperial College London, specialising in ethology and evolutionary biology. I since worked at a range of professional labs and also overseas, from field-work in the rainforests of Uganda to informing experimental design using amphibians on the International Space Station. I returned to education, undertaking an MRes in computational biology in 2014, focusing on Peto's paradox: the discrepancy between observed and theoretical rates of cancer incidence across mammals.