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Harry Tideswell

Harry Tideswell

Early Stage Researcher / PhD student

Hamilton Institute
Maynooth University
Maynooth, Co. Kildare
Ireland

email: harry.tideswell @ nuim.ie

 

Short biography

Harry obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Mathematical Physics from the University of Nottingham (UK, 2012). He spent some time studying Mathematics at King’s College London and also worked as a software developer in the UK.

QuanTI research project

Research Question

Can T cell signal integration be understood through competing stochastic processes?

Objectives

Test the hypothesis that T cell signal integration during an adaptive immune response should be viewed as impacting upon the parameters of stochastic programmes for times to differentiate, death and division fates; determine the impact of various signals on this stochastic machinery in order to develop an appropriate paradigm for identifying signal manipulation to achieve desirable population-level outcomes of cell-type distribution and of total cell numbers.

Supervisors

Prof. Ken Duffy, Hamilton Institute

 




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