I am a doctoral student in palaeogenomics at the PalaeoBARN, University of Oxford, where I use computational and statistical modelling of ancient DNA to understand the evolutionary history of animal domestication.
My research interests sit at the intersection between archaeology, population genetics and bioinformatics. What fascinates me is the use and development of computational methods to understand the past histories of populations.
I have a BSc in computer science, a BA in archaeology, an MSc in archaeological science, and more than 10 years’ experience as a professional software developer. I am currently a third-year DPhil student in palaeogenomics at the University of Oxford.