I am a statistical consultant working in industry, and the views expressed here are my own. I have a special interest in interdisciplinary research, and in collaborative ways of working. I am fascinated by the energy that emerges when different cultures learn to communicate with each other. My training and experience spans Biochemistry, Bioinformatics and Theoretical Systems Biology, Statistical Genetics and Statistics. My multidisciplinary background makes we well placed to lead or contribute to projects which lie at the interface of the life and physical sciences, or of academia and industry. Or both.
A brief reverse biography:
I am a statistical consultant working in industry, where I support pre-clinical drug discovery. I have been in this role since 2013.
From 2009 to 2013 I was a PhD student in the Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics at Imperial College London. My thesis was on the development of statistical methods to use genetic data in the estimation of disease risk. My supervisor was Professor Maria De Iorio. In 2013 I passed my PhD and starting working.
From 2008 to 2009 I was an MSc student in the Department of Life Sciences at Imperial. I completed the MSc in Bioinformatics and Theoretical Systems Biology.
When I am not doing science I have done all sorts of things over the years. At the moment I like art-making. Other interests include or have included reading, writing, swimming both inside and outside, and lifting heavy things.
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