## Welcome to Julian's musings!

I am currently a Research Associate with the BloodCounts! project at the University of Cambridge, working to extract useful clinical information from the rich data output by Full Blood Count analysis machines, which goes far beyond that normally seen by clinicians. I am particularly interested in its use in pregnancy. I am also a post-doc in the Cambridge Image Analysis group, working under the supervision of Prof. Carola-Bibiane Schönlieb. During my time with this group, I have also worked on digital histopathology and optical character recognition. I have also contributed to the AIX-NET COVID-19 research team, with a particular focus on imputation of missing data.

I am currently a Fellow of Lucy Cavendish College, Cambridge, where I am also a Director of Studies in Mathematics. Previously, I spent several years as a Director of Studies in Mathematics at Jesus College while working with Underground Mathematics.

Between two of my post-docs, I was the first CTO (Chief Technical Officer) of a small start-up, Lyzeum Ltd, working to find ways of diagnosing Coeliac Disease from histopathological slides.

I spent several years developing rich mathematics A-level teaching resources for Underground Mathematics and some statistics resources for NRICH.

I am involved in various university admission tests, working with what is now Cambridge University Press and Assessment to deliver high quality assessments which promote mathematical thinking.

I taught in secondary schools for about ten years, and I currently supervise undergraduates at Cambridge.

You are welcome to drop me a line at julian-blog@d-and-j.net

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