I graduated in 2021 with First-Class honours in Mathematics with Statistics (MMath) from the University of Nottingham. I developed a strong interest in programming during my third-year project on the development of a computer algebra system in Python. For my final-year project I then focused on identifying the transmission pathways of a measles epidemic throughout and between various sub-populations of a small village. Inference was conducted in a Bayesian manner via the use of Markov Chain Monte Carlo methods. My research interest are broad, however I am generally interested in applying computational statistical techniques to real world problems, particularly in the areas of neuroscience and epidemiology.