About me

I was a postgraduate researcher in pulsar astrophysics at Jodrell Bank from September 2014. In July 2018 I became a postdoctoral researcher in the same group. My research focuses on timing and emission variability in radio pulsars. You can find out more by clicking the ‘Research’ link above.

Before this, I was at the University of York where I graduated with a Masters in physics. My research there was in computational nuclear astrophysics where I primarily focused on the nuclear processes powering outbursts in accreting compact binaries. Mainly Type I X-ray bursts.

Outside of academia, I enjoy walking, whisky, my guitars, maps, REM and vegan food. I live with my husband James in both Moss Nook in South Manchester and on a narrowboat on the Macclesfield canal.