I am part of the Oxford S:CORT Biostatistical Team and working with Chris Holmes on statistical genomics methods for stratified medicine with the application to colorectal cancer.
Before coming to Oxford, I completed my PhD in Computer Science and Statistics in 2014 at the University of Auckland. For my thesis, I used Bayesian nonparametric and Bayesian model selection approaches to accommodate the model uncertainty in phylogenetic inferences. In 2014, my first postdoc position was at Nuffield Department of Medicine, University of Oxford. There, I worked on infectious disease transmission and bacterial GWAS.