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I received my PhD in computer science from City University, London in 2001.
Prior to that I studied for a Masters in advanced computer science at Imperial College (1993)
and a BSc in computer science and statistics at Keele University ('89-'92).

CV: pdf-.pdf,


11/2015 - Senior Staff Scientist in Applied Statistics
Sanger Institute
(at 14M Genomics, a Sanger start-up for first 5 months)
Cancer Genome Project
1/2014 - 10/2015 Researcher in computational biology
Imperial College, London
Division of Surgery and Cancer
7/2013 - 12/2013 Researcher on a NC3Rs project, Imprecision and importance: Probabilistic graphical models in toxicology. University of York
11/2010 - 6/2013 Researcher on an NGI project for systems biology to develop in silico models for in vitro tumor metastasis. Netherlands Cancer Institute
10/2009 - 3/2010 Senior Scientific Officer in the reconstruction of signalling networks. Inst. of Cancer Research
2008-9 Senior researcher in computational Biology. Worked on coexpression of microarray expression and contributed to systems Biology efforts for Immunology. Inst. for Animal Health
2006-8 Research Fellow on BBSRC's, SCIBS (selective chemical intervantion in Biological systems), initiative project. Edinburgh University
structural biochemistry group
2003-5 Research Fellow on EPSRC, Maths for IT programme, project titled "Stochastic Logic Programs for MCMC" University of York,
Dr J. Cussens
2002-3 Research Fellow on BBSRC/EPSRC Research Grant Studying Biochemical Networks using Probabilistic Knowledge Discovery Dept of Computing, Imperial College, London.
2001-2 Research Fellow on the EU pilot project: APrIL Application of Probabilistic Inductive Logic Programming. Dept of Computing, Imperial College, London.
2000-1 Research Fellow on the EPSRC project: Induction of Stochastic Logic Programs. University of York,
Dr J. Cussens
1999-2000 Research Assistant on the BBSRC/EPSRC funded project:o Development of a Mediator to Integrate Access to Databases in Molecular Biology. This was a joint project between the Departments of Computing Science and Molecular Cell Biology at the University of Aberdeen. Prof.P. Gray and
Dr G. Kemp.
1996-9 FT PhD student, supported by a Centenary scholarship by the School of Informatics, City University, London. Prof. D. R. Gilbert
1994-5 Obligatory service in the Greek Navy.
1992-3 MSc in Advanced Computer Science. Imperial College, London
1989-2 BSc in Computer Science and Statistics. University of Keele, UK