Christobel received her B.Sc degree in Biomedical Materials Science from the University of Manchester in 2012. She then obtained a masters in medical engineering with a first class from the University Bradford in 2014. Her previous research experience focused on mathematical and computational modelling in electrochemistry and enzyme voltammetry, higher-dimensional statistical modelling in multiple sclerosis patients and computational mathematics in engineering. In September 2014, she started her PhD project on developing a finite element model of skeletal muscles, confounded by Ansys and EPSRC. The project is part of the MultiSim project funded by the EPSRC frontier grant.
She is currently based at the Insigneo Institute, and her main research interests are soft tissue modelling, finite element computations, computational statistics and multi-scale biomechanical modelling.
Christobel a part of Work Package 4. Tissue Modelling.