Zone Archive

There’s links here to all the Healthcare Workers in all the zones of I’m a Medic.

Each column can be reordered (click on the title). Or you can always use CTRL-F to search for a particular professional, topic or zone.

Name About me and my work Zone name Date
Yameng Cao Circle Zone Summer 2020
Daniel Colquitt Circle Zone Summer 2020
Jeffrey Giansiracusa Circle Zone Summer 2020
Helen Fletcher I make simulations of all sorts of things to learn more about them, like how best to generate and remove waves in a warehouse-sized tank full of water. Circle Zone Summer 2020
Heather McPhail Circle Zone Summer 2020
Hannah West I use maths to help understand how best to deliver cancer treatment and to design fighter jets. Circle Zone Summer 2020
Hannah Speed I design and maintain bridges Circle Zone Summer 2020
Evgeny Shinder Circle Zone Summer 2020
Emily Muller PhD Candidate in Data Science, Computer Vision and Urban Inequality Circle Zone Summer 2020
Emily Maw Circle Zone Summer 2020
Deirdre Toher I use statistics to help others understand their work. I work primarily on collaborative projects - such as working on looking at different aspects of water usage around the world. This includes understanding the patterns of water usage by university students living on campus to looking at how having poor or unreliable water supply affects peoples daily lives around the world. Other projects I work on include medical ones - for example, working with doctors to help them make sure that feeding tubes in hospitals are put in the correct place. Circle Zone Summer 2020
Daniel Bearup I teach maths at the University of Kent. I also use maths to solve real world problems, such as how to protect endangered animal populations. Circle Zone Summer 2020
Katy Tant My work focusses on developing imaging algorithms. By sending waves into solid objects we can analyse how they scatter and reconstruct pictures of the object's interior. I work on problems in medical imaging, seismology and structural engineering. Circle Zone Summer 2020
Chris Budd Applying maths to solve real world problems including COVID-19 and climate change Circle Zone Summer 2020
Chelsea Houghton I help to make sure planes are safe. Circle Zone Summer 2020
Cesare Giulio Ardito Researcher in Pure Mathematics Circle Zone Summer 2020
Ashwin Iyengar Circle Zone Summer 2020
Arick Shao I do research in partial differential equations and relativity. I also teach university classes (most recently in geometry). Circle Zone Summer 2020
Andrew Harrison Using data to help people make better decisions. Circle Zone Summer 2020
Amy Mason I'm a statistician so I try to solve problems by looking for patterns in large sets of data. Currently I work on UK Biobank, a collection of 500000 UK people, their medical data and their genes. Circle Zone Summer 2020
Alex Fletcher I teach maths at university Circle Zone Summer 2020
Alex Bradley Circle Zone Summer 2020
Katie Severn I work with really large sets of data that motivate me to research new statistical methods Circle Zone Summer 2020
Liam Brown I use maths and a computer to do cancer research. Circle Zone Summer 2020
Alan Champneys I teach, I do research I help others to do research. Circle Zone Summer 2020
Richard Pinch I help people use maths to solve real-world problems. Circle Zone Summer 2020
Tina Zhou My work is about modeling the sun and predict when it will start to lose temper. Circle Zone Summer 2020
Sophie Carr My work is about finding patterns - basically I get paid for playing hide and seek. Circle Zone Summer 2020
Siddharth Gadkari I work on reducing the impact of climate change on our environment. Circle Zone Summer 2020
Shaylon Stolk Circle Zone Summer 2020
Sarah Brown I use maths to learn about what happens inside the airways of someone that has asthma. Circle Zone Summer 2020
Sarah Barry I use numbers to help doctors to work out if new medicines and other treatments help patients. Circle Zone Summer 2020
Samantha Riddell Applications Engineer - I use maths to solve manufacturing problems. Circle Zone Summer 2020
Rosie Camburn The design buildings Circle Zone Summer 2020
Roddy Jaques Circle Zone Summer 2020
Rachel Beattie Circle Zone Summer 2020
Lloyd Richards Circle Zone Summer 2020
Peter Kropholler Circle Zone Summer 2020
Paul Graham Mechanical Design Engnieer Circle Zone Summer 2020
Omduth Coceal I use maths to understand the science of the environment and to solve some of its problems Circle Zone Summer 2020
Natasha Ellison I am a mathematical biologist and I work on understanding how animals move around their habitat. I also work on understanding where patterns in nature come from, for example a cheetahs spots! Circle Zone Summer 2020
Matt Street I use maths to solve engineering problems such making aircraft wings stay on or looking at how a satellite will vibrate during a rocket launch! Circle Zone Summer 2020
Martin Law I use statistics to speed up trials of new drug treatments. Circle Zone Summer 2020
Marianne Scott I use mathematical equations to find out how different types of cells move around in their environment. Circle Zone Summer 2020
Manish Labroo I look after oil and gas wells in North Sea. This means coming up with how deep the oil well will be, how much will it cost and learn after it gets completed. Circle Zone Summer 2020
Maja Popovic Maths can be applied on languages (it is called Computational Linguistics or Natural Language Processing) Circle Zone Summer 2020
Alexandre Borovik I love to explain mathematics is a very simple way Circle Zone Summer 2020
William Pettersson I design and write computer algorithms Secrets and Lies of Maths January 2020
Deirdre Toher I use statistics to help others understand their work. I work primarily on collaborative projects - such as working on looking at different aspects of water usage around the world. This includes understanding the patterns of water usage by university students living on campus to looking at how having poor or unreliable water supply affects peoples daily lives around the world. Other projects I work on include medical ones - for example, working with doctors to help them make sure that feeding tubes in hospitals are put in the correct place. Secrets and Lies of Maths January 2020
Giuseppe Cotugno I transform and approximate theoretical mathematical and statistical models into software which would help a robot move, feel the world or cooperate with a human Secrets and Lies of Maths January 2020
Sreejita Ghosh I use Calculus, Linear Algebra, and statistical physics to make mathematical models which can find hidden patterns in medical datasets to identify different health conditions Secrets and Lies of Maths January 2020
Amy Mason I'm a statistician so I try to solve problems by looking for patterns in large sets of data. Currently I work on UK Biobank, a collection of 500000 UK people, their medical data and their genes. Secrets and Lies of Maths January 2020
Andrew Harrison Using data to help people make better decisions. Secrets and Lies of Maths January 2020
Chloe Martindale Lecturer in Cryptography Secrets and Lies of Maths January 2020
Christina Pagel I use mathematics to help doctors in the NHS make decisions Secrets and Lies of Maths January 2020
Daniel Bearup I teach maths at the University of Kent. I also use maths to solve real world problems, such as how to protect endangered animal populations. Secrets and Lies of Maths January 2020
Diana Kornbrot How people decide when results of actions are uncertain Secrets and Lies of Maths January 2020
Dominique Sleet Christmas Lectures Assistant and Organiser of Maths Masterclasses. Secrets and Lies of Maths January 2020
Fiona Macfarlane I try and understand biological problems, like cancer, using maths. Secrets and Lies of Maths January 2020
Gary Munnelly I'm a computer scientist working in Trinity College Dublin. I help computers to read, learn, and understand history. Secrets and Lies of Maths January 2020
James Bentham I'm a statistician, and I work with lots of data Secrets and Lies of Maths January 2020
Katie Atkinson I am developing AI to help judges and lawyers. Secrets and Lies of Maths January 2020
Lewis Griffin Professor of Computational Vision Secrets and Lies of Maths January 2020
Mackenzie Graham How should we use tools like artificial intelligence, to make sure they are good for everyone? Secrets and Lies of Maths January 2020
Maja Popovic Maths can be applied on languages (it is called Computational Linguistics or Natural Language Processing) Secrets and Lies of Maths January 2020
Nick Hawes I work on AI methods to allow robots to plan and execute behaviour for missions that last from minutes to months. Secrets and Lies of Maths January 2020
Rob Stanley I used mathematics, data, and experiments to help my company grow in the right direction Secrets and Lies of Maths January 2020
Roz Eggo I study the transmission of infectious diseases in populations. My research aims to understand these processes enough in order to design better vaccination strategies. Secrets and Lies of Maths January 2020
Samantha Durbin I work with people across the UK to run series of maths workshops for young people, with each workshop focusing on a different topic outside of what you would see in the classroom. Secrets and Lies of Maths January 2020
Sophie Carr My work is about finding patterns - basically I get paid for playing hide and seek. Secrets and Lies of Maths January 2020
Eduard Campillo-Funollet I investigate the basic mechanisms of DNA replication using mathematical and statistical models. Line Zone November 2020
Hannah West I use maths to help understand how best to deliver cancer treatment and to design fighter jets. Line Zone November 2020
Hannah Speed I design and maintain bridges Line Zone November 2020
Freya Addison I study the shape of the Earth, to see how we can reduce errors and improve our measurements between ground-based weather radar and atmospheric research aircraft to look at clouds. Line Zone November 2020
Francesca Iezzi I work in Maths Communication, trying to make people enthusiastic about Maths. Line Zone November 2020
Cesare Giulio Ardito Researcher in Pure Mathematics Line Zone November 2020
Daniel Bearup I teach maths at the University of Kent. I also use maths to solve real world problems, such as how to protect endangered animal populations. Line Zone November 2020
Christos Klerides I use maths and statistics to create dashboards presenting data in a user friendly way. Line Zone November 2020
Chris Tognini Helping to keep company's information safe online Line Zone November 2020
Chris Budd Applying maths to solve real world problems including COVID-19 and climate change Line Zone November 2020
Joe Bailey I find out how maths can help with problems in biology and vice-versa Line Zone November 2020
Heather Collis I use maths to understand how plants grow. Line Zone November 2020
Thomas Woolley PATTERNS! Line Zone November 2020
Kate Elliott Medical physicist: killing cancer with x-rays! Line Zone November 2020
Liam Brown I use maths and a computer to do cancer research. Line Zone November 2020
Matt Street I use maths to solve engineering problems such making aircraft wings stay on or looking at how a satellite will vibrate during a rocket launch! Line Zone November 2020
Nathan Turner I use maths to design aeroplane engines and combat ships Line Zone November 2020
Paul Graham Mechanical Design Engnieer Line Zone November 2020
Sam Jaques How hard is it for computers to break the security of other computers? Line Zone November 2020
Sarah Barry I use numbers to help doctors to work out if new medicines and other treatments help patients. Line Zone November 2020
Sarah Brown I use maths to learn about what happens inside the airways of someone that has asthma. Line Zone November 2020
Sophie Carr My work is about finding patterns - basically I get paid for playing hide and seek. Line Zone November 2020
Stephen Nand-Lal Graduate Engineering Consultant Line Zone November 2020
Thomas Holmes I teach people how to analyse data using different tools Line Zone November 2020
Tom Ranner I teach, discover and apply new maths using computers at the University of Leeds Line Zone November 2020
Alan Walker Lecturer of Maths at the University of the West of Scotland Line Zone November 2020