I am currently a research fellow (junior faculty member) in the School of Computing Science, Newcastle University. I am based in the Interdisciplinary Computing and Complex BioSystems (ICOS) research group, working on mathematical/computational modelling and data analysis in neurological disorders (primarily epilepsy). My wider research interests currently also include neuroimaging and neuromorphology in health and disease.
I obtained my PhD in 2014 from the University of Manchester working on modelling of epileptic seizures with Dr. Gerold Baier. As a post-doc I moved to the Dynamic Connectome Lab and worked on the Wellcome Trust funded CANDO project.
Associated labs / Collaborators
- Joe Necus (2016 - present)
- Lucas Franca (2016 - present)
- Gabrielle Schroeder (2017 - present)
- Daisy Fitzpatrick (2017 Psychology MSc., Newcastle University.)
- Stan Brown (2017 Psychology MSc., Newcastle University.)
- Chloe Bryson (2017 NeuroInformatics MSc., Newcastle University.)
- Rathiga Puganenthiran (2016 Exchange BSc. student from ESIEE Paris.)
- Andre Muricy Santos (2016 Computer Science BSc., Newcastle University.)
- James Trippett (2015 NeuroInformatics MSc., Newcastle University. Last reported position: Civil service)
Prospective graduate students:
I am always looking for motivated people to work with.
If you are interested in working with me for a short project (summer internship) please contact me for a list of projects. For external students funding may be available.
If you are a prospective student interested in joining me for a PhD, please get in touch. Unless advertised otherwise, please note that funding is only available for exceptional candidates currently. Please contact me with your CV if you are interested.