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Currently I am a Ramón y Cajal Fellow at the Dept. of Economics & Business of Universitat Pompeu Fabra in Barcelona. I obtained my PhD in the joint Rice – M.D. Anderson Statistics program (Houston, USA) under Peter Müller and did a postdoc under Valen Johnson and Veera Baladandayuthapani at M.D. Anderson. I spent several years at IRB Barcelona as head of Biostatistics & Biostatistics Unit and later at the University of Warwick Statistics Dept. (UK). On my free time I love biking & outdoors.

Broadly my research interests include high-dimensional inference, experimental design, dimensionality reduction and applied statistical modeling, with emphasis on the Bayesian approach. See the publications section for more details, or Google scholar for a publication list. Most of my methodology is available in R packages.

Some exciting upcoming meetings

  • ISBA World Meeting 2018 (June 24-29, Edinborough). Website
  • Data Science for Economics Summer Forum (June 15, Barcelona) Website
  • Data Science Summer School (June-July Barcelona) Website

Older bits & pieces:

- Science careers article by Elisabeth Pain (2010).

- Agencia SINC and Diario Médico news on the Bayesian methods in Biostatistics and Bioinformatics conference (2012).

- Workshop Big data in biomedicine. Big models? (University of Warwick, 2014)

- Experimental design and Big Data workshop (University of Warwick, 2015)

Bayescomp 2018 (March 26-29, Pompeu Fabra University, Barcelona). Website

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