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I received my PhD in theoretical physics from Imperial College and worked as a postdoctoral research associate at the Department of Relativity and Cosmology at the University of Utah and later at the Institute of Theoretical Physics in Bern. I have been at LSE since 2005 and have taught on a variety of courses in the Mathematics department. I currently hold the position of Assistant Professorial Lecturer in Mathematics and I am responsible for the MA100 Mathematical Methods course. I am also one of the organisers of the Professional and Personal Development seminar series for our first-year students. My research interests are in general relativity and quantum gravity as well as in mathematics education.
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