Deputy Director, Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences
Telephone: 01223 330 532
Christie Marr has been Deputy Director of the Isaac Newton Institute since 2012. She studied Mathematics at New College, Oxford as an undergraduate and, following a PGCE at King’s College, London and 5 years teaching secondary school mathematics in London, returned to Oxford to study for an MSc and then DPhil in Theoretical Computer Science. Following post-doctoral positions in Oxford and Warwick, she founded and ran the University of St Andrews’ Mathematics Support Centre and the Scottish Mathematics and Statistics Support Network. In 2010 Christie was awarded the Sigma Prize for her “outstanding contribution to mathematics support”. Her research has been funded by EPSRC, DERA, QinetiQ and the US National Security Agency.