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I am an early career postdoctoral researcher and lecturer in the Department of Molecular and Cell Biology at James Cook University, Australia. I earned my PhD in Applied Mathematics, specialising in Mathematical and Computational Systems Biology, from Monash University, Australia.

My research interests lie in the field of mathematical and systems biology, where I employ modelling approaches to study the underlying mechanisms of cell-fate determination. My research has been published in peer-reviewed journals and presented at international conferences. I am passionate about advancing our understanding of biological systems through the application of mathematical and computational techniques. My current research focuses on developing a novel mathematical framework to describe how alternative splicing mechanisms and isoform expression at the single-cell level regulate cell fate determination. 

As a lecturer at James Cook University, I am committed to fostering the next generation of scientists and researchers. I enjoy sharing my knowledge and expertise with students and inspiring them to pursue careers in the exciting field of mathematical biology. I am currently open to supervising MPhil and PhD students who are interested in exploring the intersection of mathematics and biology.

I welcome collaborations and discussions with fellow researchers, students, and industry partners who share my passion for unravelling the intricacies of biological systems through the lens of mathematics.

  • Jul. 2022 to present -- Early Career Researcher and Lecturer, Department of Molecular & Cell Biology, Jame Cook University, Australia

  • Sep. 2021 to Jan. 2022 -- Research AssistantFaculty of Business and Economics, Monash University, Australia

  • Mar. 2017 to Dec. 2021 -- Teaching AssociateSchool of Mathematics

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