Contact Details


Role: Stipendiary Lecturer in Applied Mathematics

Samuel Johnson, a man wearing glasses and a blue shirt


I completed a MASt in Applied Mathematics (Part III of the Mathematical Tripos) at the University of Cambridge in 2021. Prior to that, I studied for a BSc in Theoretical Physics at the University of Edinburgh.

Research Interests

My DPhil project concerns the construction and analysis of mathematical models of collective cell migration in the cranial neural crest. In my spare time, I also enjoy working on problems in percolation theory.


At LMH, I teach the following:

Geometry, Fourier Series and Partial Differential Equations, Numerical Analysis, Mathematical Biology.