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I recently became Associate Prof (aka old fart) at the Statistics Dept., University of Warwick. I got my PhD in the joint Rice – M.D. Anderson Biostatistics program in December 2006 with Peter Müller. I did a post-doctoral stay  under Valen Johnson and Veera Baladandayuthapani at the Dept. of Biostatistics at M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, after which I moved to IRB Barcelona as head of Biostatistics & Biostatistics Unit (2008-2013). On my free time I love biking & outdoors.

My research interests include experimental design, model building and selection, and dimensionality reduction, all with emphasis on high-throughput Bioinformatics experiments and the Bayesian approach. See the publications section for some technical reports, and the software for some R packages (most also available through CRAN/Bioconductor).

For older bits & pieces check:

- 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)

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