I am a lecturer in Maths Supporting Science, in support of biosciences programmes. I also teach aspects of scientific method, protistology, applied microscopy and programming. Originally trained as a biomedical scientist in cellular pathology, I moved from NHS practice to specialise in bio-computing, bio-sensing, nanotechnology and future and emergent computation via PhD at UWE. I maintain cross-faculty collaboration with the Unconventional Computing Group in the Faculty of the Environment and Technology.
My full publication list can be found here.
Area of expertise
Histopathology, unconventional computing, biocomputing and biosensing, protistology, exotic/high resolution microscopy, nanotechnology.