I am a Senior Lecturer in Applied Mathematics at the University of Melbourne, and lead an interdisciplinary research group at the interface of Mathematics, Biophysics and Microbial Ecology. I completed my BSc (Hons) at the University of Melbourne, before undertaking a PhD at the University of Cambridge. During this time, I was a Gates Cambridge Scholar and External Research Scholar at Trinity College. Following this, I was awarded a Cross-Disciplinary Fellowship through the Human Frontier Science Program, and completed Postdoctoral appointments at MIT, USA and ETH Zürich, Switzerland, working with Professor Roman Stocker. In 2017, I commenced a continuing position at The University of Melbourne, and later that year was awarded a DECRA to investigate The Mechanisms Driving Microbial Navigation in Marine Systems. The Brumley lab utilises mathematics, microfluidics and microscopy to study a range of dynamic processes in biology including bacterial motility, symbioses, nutrient cycling and flows around coral reefs.