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Christine Gavin

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Christine Gavin is a notable Mathematician and presently acting Research Mathematician within the University of Surrey.

Having already gained a note of fame by her accomplishment of attaining the coveted 'Ron Shail Prize'[1] through sheer dedication, outstanding commitment and performance upon graduation of the MMath Programme in 2013, Christine went on to further enhance studies into the field of hormonal studies through analysis of Mathematical models in life and social sciences.[2] In this vein, Christine has taken part, and delivered research upon the volatility of behavioural measures in sex-hormonal studies.

Personal History and Hobbies[edit]

Christine Gavin was born and raised in Canada,[3] Toronto.[4] In 1998, England became the new home for Christine. Having been a keen partaker of the popular sport and pastime ice skating[5] back in Toronto, Christine soon branched out and became immersed into horse riding, studies and the likes.

However, it was Christine's interest of the molecular constructs and hormonal balances, and imbalances[6] of the human body which allowed a gateway into mathematical studies of hormonal emergence, formation and anomalies to become a possibility - this eventually lead to a career within the field of mathematics, with no ifs or buts.



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