About me

I obtained PhD with a major in Bioinformatics at Mines ParisTech in Paris, France, advised by Jean-Philippe Vert, and a Marie Curie Initial Training Network fellow in Machine Learning for Personalized Medicine (MLPM). Our lab, Center for Computational Biology (CBIO), is a joint laboratory between Mines ParisTech, Institut Curie and INSERM, U900, dedicated to bioinformatics and systems biology of cancer research.

And here is my CV.

Research interests

I am broadly interested in a variety of topics in machine learning, particularly those involving kernel methods and sparsity regularization, and their applications in interdisciplinary subjects. My thesis research has been driven typically by the development and investigation of machine learning methods to detect robust molecular signatures in genomic data for improved cancer prognosis.