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I completed my PhD in statistics - dedicated to the parametric modelling of electronic media usage data by means on zero-inflated and truncated generalised Pareto mixed models - at the University of Geneva in 2011. I subsequently spent two years at the University of Sydney and University of Macquarie as a postdoc in biostatistics, working on penalised methods for survival models.
I joined the School of Clinical Medicine at the University of Cambridge in 2014, first as a research associate in statistics at the Behaviour and Health Research Unit and then, from 2017, as a Senior Statistician at the CRUK - Cambridge Institute, contributing statistical expertise to the design and analysis of research projects. Since March 2021, I also work part-time at the MRC-BSU with Prof. Thomas Jaki on dose-finding models and MAMS designs.
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- Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute University of Cambridge Li Ka Shing Centre Robinson Way Cambridge CB2 0RE
Tumour gene expression signature in primary melanoma predicts long-term outcomes.
E-pub date: 31 Jan 2021
Comparison of 13 C MRI of hyperpolarized [1-13 C]pyruvate and lactate with the corresponding mass spectrometry images in a murine lymphoma model.
E-pub date: 31 Dec 2020
Correlating Radiomic Features of Heterogeneity on CT with Circulating Tumor DNA in Metastatic Melanoma
E-pub date: 24 Nov 2020
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