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Rachel Sheldon

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I graduated from my PhD in July 2015.
I am now working as a Software Developer at IBM in Manchester.

I am a final year PhD student in the MOAC department. Having achieved a BSc (Hons) in Mathematics (2.i) at the University of Warwick, I decided I wanted to persue my studies further. During my undergraduate degree, I found applied mathematics really appealed to me and so continuing my studies at MOAC seemed the perfect choice. My PhD is inter-disciplinary: split between Warwick Medical School and the Systems Biology Centre.

On this webpage, you can find information about all the academic, and extra-curricular work I am involved in:

PhD (2011 - present)

My PhD investigated the role gap junctions play in the connectivity of the myometrial smooth muscle. In this project I employed both experimental and modelling techniques.


warwicklogo University of Warwick (2011 - 2015) - PhD

PhD Title: The Role of Gap Junctions in the Connectivity of the Myometrial Smooth Muscle Network


the_warwick_uni_blue.jpg University of Warwick (2010 - 2011) - MSc

MSc: Mathematical Biology and Biophysical Chemistry

Graduated January 2012

the_warwick_uni_blue.jpg University of Warwick (2007 - 2010) - BSc (Hons)

BSc (Hons): Mathematics (2.i)

 withingtonlogo2 Withington Girls' School (2000 - 2007)

A Levels: Mathematics, Further Mathematics, Physics, General Studies and AS Geography (all grade A)

Completed June 2007


Contact Details

Rachel Sheldon
rachel dot e dot sheldon at gmail dot com

My MSc & PhD were funded by:

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