I joined the Department of Computer Science in September 2016. Previously, I worked for over ten years at the University of Nottingham, where I was a member of the School of Computer Science and the Advanced Data Analysis Centre. I started there studying for my PhD as a Marie-Curie Fellow and progressed in my academic career to become an Assistant Professor.
My research interests lay in the multi-disciplinary area of applied computer science for real-word applications, especially in biomedical domains. I have expertise in data mining and machine learning applications, from pattern identification to supervised learning. My contributions to knowledge appeared to be of great interest in October 2013, when part of my work was the subject of extensive national media coverage, and more recently during the EU referendum campaign, when a case study from my research was published in the Universities for Europe manifesto.
During my time in Nottingham, I published several international journal and conference papers, which include titles such as Artificial Intelligence in Medicine, the British Journal of Cancer, and Breast Cancer Research and Treatment. I have been a member of the technical program committee for conferences such as the International Conference on Biomedical Engineering and Biotechnology (2013, 2014) and the IEEE International Conference on Smart Data (2016).
For details of all my research outputs, visit my WestminsterResearch profile.