Dr Fiona Doherty is a Glaswegian and a philosopher specializing in the philosophy of mathematics as well as metaphysics, computation and bioethics. She holds a PhD in philosophy from the University of Cambridge and an MPhil from the University of St Andrews and the University of Stirling together with a BSc in mathematics and philosophy from the University of Glasgow. She has held positions at the University of Stirling and University of Edinburgh and currently lectures at the University of Notre Dame on their London Global Gateway program. She is frequently invited to conferences and has presented her work both internationally and in the UK. She has taught at Cambridge, Edinburgh, Stirling and Notre Dame in nearly every core area of analytic philosophy. Her publications include ‘Hilbertian structuralism & the Frege-Hilbert controversy’, Philosophia Mathematica, 2019.