I am an Assistant Professor of Statistics (fixed term) at the University of Paris and a researcher at the Research Center in Epidemiology and Statistics Université de Paris, CRESS-U1153. Before that, I was a Research Associate at The Alan Turing Institute and Imperial College London, under the Grand Challenge "Monitoring Complex Systems with Rare High Consequence Events".

I am interested in statistical methodology for large dynamic networks and network meta-analysis. Examples include dynamic network approaches for the study of multimorbidity progression and dynamic treatment regimes (DTRs) in personalised medicine. Other interests include the modelling of large cyber-security data for the development of anomaly detection techniques.

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PhD in Statistics, Imperial College London
MRes in Mathematical Sciences, Imperial College London
MSc in Statistical Sciences, University of Florence
BSc in Statistics, University of Florence