Welcome to my page. I am a Postdoctoral Researcher at the University of Cambridge, and a member of the Boemo Group. The main focus of my research is understanding the implications of fork dynamics on DNA replication timing profiles on the genome of human cancer cells.

Previously, I worked with Prof. Karen Page at UCL on the mathematical modelling of the Notch-Delta signalling pathway in different epithelial tissues of the Drosophila melanogaster fly.

I am very interested in the mathematical applications of game theory and stochastic calculus in modelling the cell dynamics of living tissues. I am also an Artificial Intelligence enthusiast, specifically its applications in genomics. Some of my interests include DNA replication, pattern formation, stochastic calculus, wound healing and tumour dynamics.