Catriona’s research surrounds the development of patient-specific computational haemodynamics models to investigate Aortic Dissection and inform clinical decisions.
About Catriona Stokes
Catriona obtained her BSc in Mathematics and Physics at the University of Bristol in 2013 before completing her MSc in Computational Fluid Dynamics at Cranfield University in 2014. After graduating, she spent four years as an Aerodynamics Research Engineer at Dyson, using CFD to understand and improve product performance in collaboration with design engineers. In May 2019, After six months working in the Airbus Flight Physics department, she started her PhD in Mechanical Engineering at University College London.