I am a DPhil candidate in the Department of Statistics at the University of Oxford.
My research interests lie broadly in probability theory with a specific focus on infinite-dimensional stochastic processes, eg stochastic partial differential equations or measure-valued diffusions. These objects are a natural choice for modelling systems arising in mathematical ecology and population genetics. My current work focuses on these applications.
My DPhil supervisor is Professor Alison M. Etheridge.
I am a member of the Oxford Probability Group where I organise the Junior Probability Seminar series for graduate students and early career researchers. A schedule of talks can be found here.
I am also a member of Magdalen College where I am the Middle Common Room President for the year 2018.
I am a member of New College, where I am a non-stipendiary lecturer in mathematics. I teach the Part A options in Probability and Integration for second year undergraduates studying for MA Mathematics.