I am a specialist in statistics, machine learning, and data science. I currently work part-time in statistics and machine learning at King’s College London, and as a freelancer in biomedical research.
I am interested in developing new mathematical and statistical methods for the analysis of large and complex datasets. I am particularly interested in the application of machine learning techniques and Bayesian inference methods.
Previously I worked as data scientist at Kaspersky Lab in Dublin, Ireland. I also was a Lecturer in Medical Statistics at the Unit for Medical Statistics in the Division of Health and Social Care Research at King’s College London. Before that I worked with both Stephan Beck’s Medical Genomics group at UCL and Tony Ng at the CCIC.
- PhD in Applied Mathematics at King’s College London (KCL) with Ton Coolen as my supervisor on the topic of survival analysis.
- MSc in Mathematics at KCL focusing on machine learning and Bayesian methods.
- BA Theoretical Physics from Trinity College Dublin.