Hi, I'm Beth.

A picture of my face.

I'm a PhD student and I like Linux, markov bots, hackathons, Ada Lovelace, 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. I've also been working on an NC3Rs project and wrote an article for Times Higher Education.

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: Grammar tips for scientific writing

I have a side job for a few hours a week editing scientific papers. I thought I'd share a few of the problems that I come across most often. What's the point in this? Language is an ever-evolving thing and grammar and spelling can, and do, change over time. However, it's important to have a … Continue reading Grammar tips for scientific writing

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I really like sending and receiving letters and parcels. If you want to reach me, you can send things to:

Elizabeth McMillan
Somerville College
Woodstock Road
Oxford
OX2 6HD
UK

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