My research focuses on bio-inspired
computation and complex systems and their application in the
fields of biology, medicine and robotics.
I received a B.Sc degree in Computer Science from Hull
University in 2008. I then went onto get an M.Sc degree in natural
computation in 2010 and a Ph.D in electronics in 2014, both from
the University of York. In 2014 I was awarded an ERCIM Alain
Bensoussan Fellowship to carry out research in the Bioinformatics
& Gene Regulation group, Faculty of Medicine, Norwegian
University of Science and Technology. After this I re-joined the
Department of Electronics at the University of York as a Research
Associate in the Intelligent Systems research group. In August 2016
I began a lectureship in the School of Engineering and Computer
Science at the University of Hull.