I have a background in imaging transcriptomics of psychiatric disorders. As a first-year PhD student, I am using machine learning to study the genetic (single and weighted polymorphisms) and neuroimaging (tau propagation, inflammation, synaptic density and cellular death) hallmarks of tauopathies. I am also excited to be expanding my knowledge in causal inference with Bayesian statistics and Mendelian randomization.
In an alternate universe, I would have pursued my passion for music—I usually imagine myself as a skilled conductor! If you’re interested in playing the piano or duduk, I would love to invite you to join me at St. Edmund’s College for some musical fun!
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