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Marc Baghdadi

Academic Background:

Having done A-levels in Mathematics, Further Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and French, I went to Pembroke College, Oxford for the MMath Mathematics course. Over the next four years, I found myself drawn towards studying Mathematical Biology and Physiology, and Non-linear Systems. Combined with what I had learnt from Chemistry, I felt that the MSc in Mathematical Biology and Biophysical Chemistry at MOAC was the next step forward.

Other Interests:

I've always been a keen tennis player, and played to a high level as a junior. When I get some free time, I play some matches for Warwick Men's 1sts.

I also keep busy with music, playing both piano and oboe.

Mini Projects:

Experimental Biology:

Dynamics of microtubule ligation and self-healing with Rob Cross

Biophysical Chemistry:

Nanoscale Redox Imaging of Live Cells with Pat Unwin


Critical Phenomena in a Heterogeneous Excitable System with Hugo van den Berg

PhD Project:

Quantitative Nanoscale Imaging Techniques for Neuroscience with Pat Unwin and Bruno Frenguelli

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Contact Details:
Marc Baghdadi
M dot Baghdadi at warwick dot ac dot uk
Senate House
University of Warwick