Hi, I'm Beth.

A picture of my face.

I'm a PhD student and I like Linux, markov bots, hackathons, Pinterest, reading books, and Oxford commas.

I'm studying the effects of drugs on heart rhythm, using mathematical modelling to predict whether a particular medication is likely to cause an arrhythmia. I'm interested in in vitro and in silico alternatives to in vivo models, and I've also been working on an NC3Rs project. I'm currently looking for internship opportunities in the field of safety pharmacology for next autumn.

When I lived in Sheffield, I did lots of molecular biology, fixed computers, and made a recycling scheme happen.

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Latest blog post: The soy protein tour of Berlin

We spent the last week on holiday in Berlin. I'm going to tell you about some of the awesome things we found there. We were staying in the east side of Berlin, north of the Berlin Wall. The street names and architecture are still very reminiscent of the area's communist past. We went to see … Continue reading The soy protein tour of Berlin

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Elizabeth McMillan
Somerville College
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