I am a Winton Advanced Fellow (Group Leader and Principal Investigator) and a Royal Society University Research Fellow (from Sept 2020) in the Department of Physics, University of Cambridge.
My research is broadly speaking in statistical physics and soft condensed matter, with a particular focus on integrating physics, statistics and machine learning. You can read more about my research interests by following the links at the top of this page.
I am also a co-founder of PostEra, a start-up which offers medicinal chemistry as a service powered by machine learning.
Before joining Cambridge, I was the George F. Carrier Fellow at Harvard University. I did my DPhil (PhD) at the Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford. My CV will tell you a bit more about my academic life.