Doctoral Student at the Systems Biology Doctoral Training Centre
+44 1865 283878
University of Oxford
Andrew Wiles Building
Radcliffe Observatory Quarter
My research interests are in developmental biology, stochastic modelling and statistical inference.
May 2014: 3rd SIAM National Student Chapter conference, Oxford
June 2014: European Conference in Mathematical and Theoretical Biology, Gothenburg, Sweden
September 2014: Computational Cardiovascular Science Workshop, Oxford
December 2014: Annual Oxford Developmental Biology Symposium
July 2015: IWH-Symposium on Collective Cell Migration, Heidelberg
May 2016: Information Probability and Inference in Systems Biology, IST Austria
July 2016: European Conference in Mathematical and Theoretical Biology, Nottingham
March 2017: QBIOX Colloquium, Oxford
Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford
Michaelmas 2014, 2015: Teaching assistant for Mathematical Ecology and Biology (3rd years)
Hilary 2016: Teaching assistant for Stochastic Modelling of Biology Processes (2nd years)
Trinity 2016: College tutor for Mathematical Modelling in Biology (2nd years)
Micahelmas 2016 – Hilary 2017: Demonstrator for Computational Mathematics (1st years)
Doctoral Training Centre, University of Oxford:
Micahelmas 2014, 2015, 2016: Demonstrator for Essential Mathematics and Statistics
Hilary 2015, 2016, 2017: Demonstrator for Mathematical Biology
Major / Recent Publications:
(2017) Using approximate Bayesian computation to quantify cell-cell adhesion parameters in a cell migratory process: Robert J. H. Ross, Ruth E. Baker, Andrew Parker, Matthew J. Ford, Richard L. Mort, Christian A. Yates.
(2015) Incorporating pushing in exclusion-process models of cell migration: Christian A. Yates, Andrew Parker, and Ruth E. Baker.
(2012) On the scattered field generated by a ball inhomogeneity of constant index in dimension three: Yves Capdeboscq, George Leadbetter, Andrew Parker.