Profile
Joe Bailey
Curriculum Vitae

Education:
Secondary schhol and VI form at Moulsham High School, Chelmsford (usual state comp). Undergrad in Maths at the University of Warwick, Masters in Maths at Birkbeck College (London) finally PhD in Mathematical Biology at Univeristy of Essex

Qualifications:
various GCSEs, Alevels (Scienes, MAths & F. Maths, also humantities: History and English Lit which are helpful in various Maths careers especially when you need to explain things to nonmathematicians). BSc, MSc, PhD in Maths/Math Biology

Work History:
Few office jobs outside of academia after graduation, not the usual financial institutions but in chairities who also need quantitative people. Ending with working for 3 years at the Royal Institution, delivering and organisation outreach/engagement programmes to the public and school children.

Current Job:
University Lecturer

Employer
University of Essex

About Me
Lecturer in Maths at University of Essex. Interested in how maths can help with problems in biology and viceversa.

How I Use Maths In My Job:
I use many different areas of maths in my work. One major part of my research involves tracking animals as they move, this means I have to use elements of algebra, trigonometry and geometry to understand where the animal is in space. Then by taking various measurements and, importantly, deciding which measurements are useful I have to use some probability and statistics to help analyse and understand what the data we have recorded can tell us.

My Work
I find out how maths can help with problems in biology and viceversa

My Interview