BSc Forensic and Medical Science – University of Bradford (2012)

MSc Human Osteology and Palaeopathology – University of Bradford (2013)

My principle research interests are focused within the field of bioarchaeology, especially investigating biochemical methods of detecting and understanding disease in human remains by coupling proteomic analysis with isotopic analysis to build comprehensive data sets that improve our understanding of disease aetiology, how disease patterns alter both temporally and spatially and how this relates to the geographical, environmental and nutritional status of the populations in question.