Department of Mathematical Sciences
Dr Jennifer Tweedy, Daphne Jackson Royal Society Research Fellow
Jennifer’s research involves modelling real life physiological and pathological conditions to understand physiology in health and disease, as well as the effect of potential or actual treatments. Most of her current research is in the mechanics of the eye, including the flow of the aqueous and vitreous humours that fill the chambers of the eye and the flow of fluid in and around the blood vessels at the back of the eye. Her research involves modelling, simplifying and idealising, and solving problems using a variety of techniques, both analytical and numerical.
Jennifer Tweedy on the University of Bath Research Portal
Andreas was instrumental in the development of SAMBa and was Co-Director from its inception until the end of 2022. He has left the University of Bath to take up the role of Chair of Probability at the University of Warwick.
Tom’s research interest is in medical statistics, with a particular focus on the design and analysis of adaptive clinical trials.