I am the Group Leader of the Quantum Matter in High Magnetic Fields and I am a Senior Research Fellow at Somerville College, Oxford. I am involved with setting up the new Oxford Centre for Applied Superconductivity (CFAS) and its new research activities in Physics. Since 2011 I have been organizing the Oxford Symposium on Quantum Materials combined with an expert visitor programme both funded by the EPSRC as well as a Cafe Scientifique of Quantum Materials dedicated to open discussions on quantum materials.
Previously, I held independent research positions funded by the EPSRC through a Career Accelaration Fellowship at the University of Oxford and a Royal Society Dorothy Hodgkin Fellowship at the University of Bristol and University of Oxford. I was Departmental Lecturer and Post-Doctoral Research Assistant at the University of Oxford, after my PhD in Oxford at the Queen's College. I was a member of the Superconductivity Group Committee of the Institute of Physics, and the SelCom, EuroMagnet II Selection Committee for access to the high magnetic fields facilities in Europe. My part-time research work has been combined with raising two children.