I am a postdoctoral research assistant in the Wolfson Centre for Mathematical Biology at the University of Oxford Mathematical Institute, working under Eamonn Gaffney. I am primarily involved in teaching and research within mathematical biology and nonlinear dynamical systems, but I am also interested in broader scientific and philanthropic themes. My CV can be found here.

I grew up in New Mexico, USA, where I earned undergraduate degrees in Mathematics and Computer Science at the New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology from 2008-2012. I stayed there for two more years to complete a Masters degree, specializing in Mathematical Analysis. I came to Oxford in the Fall of 2014 to study for a DPhil (PhD) in Mathematics within the Oxford Centre for Industrial and Applied Mathematics. I submitted my Thesis, entitled "Network Modelling of Bioactive Porous Media" in 2017, and took up my current position thereafter. You can find some assorted informal and personal writing of mine at this blog.