Hooke Research Fellow
Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford
Andrew Wiles Building,
Woodstock Road, Oxford, OX2 6GG
I am interested in applications of low-dimensional topology and knot theory to biology.
In particular, my research area involves topics such as DNA topology and entanglement of biopolymers.
I passed my VIVA on 15/05/2020, and I received my Leave to Supplicate on 17/06/2020.
DPhil supervisors: Prof. Heather Harrington,
Prof. Marc Lackenby
and Prof. Dorothy Buck
Publications and preprints
F-distance of knotoids and protein structure
Grid diagrams as tools to investigate knot spaces and topoisomerase-mediated simplification of DNA topology
Double branched cover of knotoids
The Reidemeister graph is a complete knot invariant
Selected Slides and Posters
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