My primary interests are based around immune cell biology, particularly how immune cells are capable of performing wide ranging functions and how they adapt to different environmental cues. During my masters degree, I investigated the presence of fibroblast subtypes and the role of PGE2 signalling in fibrosis. I completed my PhD in the labs of Iwan Evans & Martin Zeidler at the University of Sheffield investigating the existence of macrophage subtypes in Drosophila. Following a brief post-doc in Cambridge, I am currently a postdoctoral researcher based in London at the William Harvey research institute and QMUL investigating the role of neutrophils and T-cells in ischaemia reperfusion injury (IRI).
I have a wide interests in immune cell biology, glycosylation and meta-research with a penchant for microscopy and big data. In addition, I have active interests in science communication, open access and career development for ECRs.
Outside of the lab I enjoy climbing, photography, a cocktail (or six), fine-dining, guitars, comedy, live-music and adrenaline-fueled adventures.
PhD in Cell & molecular biology, 2019
MRes in Immunobiology, 2015
BSc in Biomedical Science, 2013
We investigated the role of preprints in the first 10 months of the COVID-19 pandemic