Currently, I am a Research Associate at the University of Cambridge, working at the MRC - Biostatistics Unit. My research focuses on developing probabilistic clustering methods for the identification of multimorbidities in the English population.

Prior to this, I graduated with a PhD in Applied Probability from Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh. There I worked on in an area of applied probability called the theory of Large Deviations, which estimates the probabilities of rare events occuring in different systems. I applied this theory to different queuing systems.

In my spare time I like to write, play sports (previously basketball, but mostly football these days), play music (I play the electric bass guitar), and I recently got into voice acting.

Please contact me if you have any questions/suggestions.