Lecturer in Data Science and Statistics, Department of Mathematical Sciences, University of Essex, United Kingdom.

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My expertise lies within Data Science, Medical Statistics and Bio-Statistics domains with extensive practice of:

  • Classification and Clustering techniques.
  • Causal inference.
  • Statistical modelling.
  • Longitudinal analysis.
  • Epidemiology.
  • High dimensional data analysis in medical studies.
  • Analysis of functional genomic experiments.
  • Data visualisation.

My research projects have led to a track record of publications in a number of world-leading academic journals.

I have an extensive experience on writing software commands, mainly using R, for newly developed statistical techniques as well as for applying effectively existing methods. I am an author for a number of R packages published on the CRAN. Moreover, I am the main developer, author/co-author for a number of web applications in bio-medical sciences.

Furthermore, I am running a number of statistical courses using R at several locations across Europe. I do deliver courses on-sites as well. If you are representing an institution and interested in finding out more details, please feel free to contact me.

Research Interests

My research interests are diverse covering a range of methodological as well as applied statistical areas.

A brief list of my research interests includes:

  • Data science.
  • Genetic epidemiology.
  • Causal inferences.
  • Statistical modelling.
  • Statistics for Public Health.
  • Clustering and classification problems.