I am an interdisciplinary scientist with a background in quantitative microscopy and bioimage analysis working in the Imaging Concepts Group at the University of Glasgow.
My research interests are focussed on using advanced biological imaging and quantitative methods to study retinal development in zebrafish, a model organism. In particular, I’m interested in how neuronal networks in the retina develop fundamental image processing capabilities.
PhD in Bioimage Informatics, 2017
MSci in Biology & Physics within the Natural Sciences Programme, 2013
Recent Blog Posts
Earlier this week (29-30th October 2018) I attended a meeting at the Royal Society (London) with an aim of considering the UK …
2018 has been a busy year so far (and I expect it will stay that way) but I’ve finally made time to write another blog post (and also …