Samuel Johnson

Samuel is a DPhil (PhD) candidate based in the Wolfson Centre for Mathematical Biology at the Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford. His research concerns the collective migration of cell populations during embryonic development. In his research, Samuel uses mathematical and computational modeling to gain insight into the factors affecting collective cell movement, with implications for the development of treatments and therapies for diseases associated with misdirected cell migration in development. Prior to his DPhil studies, Sam studied for a master's degree in applied mathematics at the University of Cambridge and a bachelor's degree in theoretical physics at the University of Edinburgh.

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