I am the Norham St Edmund Graduate Centre Sub Dean. As part of the decanal team, I work with other members of the Decanal and Welfare college teams to provide support for all students in a safe and confidential manner. Please feel free to reach out to discuss any issue or problem you’d like to speak about
Having served in similar roles during my undergraduate study, ensuring student wellbeing is very important to me. I have been trained in and attended workshops on general welfare, first aid, mental health, fire safety, sexual violence and assault awareness, and unconscious bias and diversity awareness. Furthermore, I received Junior Dean training with the Oxford University Counselling Service.
Outside of the college, I am a DPhil student in Medical Sciences in the Fulga and Sauka-Spengler labs within the Weatherall Institute of Molecular Medicine. I work in the development of synthetic receptors, with genome engineering proteins (e.g. CRISPR/Cas9) to programme cells with artificial gene circuits and user-defined functions. Currently, I am investigating chimeric antigen receptor (CAR) T-cells.