Senior Lecturer, King's College London

I am based at the Department of Twin Research and Genetic Epidemiology at King's College London where my group uses computational methods to study research questions in genomics, with a focus on human epigenetic variation. I completed my doctoral studies on statistical methods to detect genetic interactions in human complex traits at the University of Oxford. I was subsequently a Wellcome Trust funded fellow at the University of Chicago and University of Oxford, where my work shifted towards identifying the sources and consequences of epigenetic variation in human populations. My main research focus is to understand the processes that shape epigenetic variation in human populations, and its biomedical significance.

Experience

  • 2012–present
    Senior Lecturer, King's College London