The Applied Intelligence Research Centre has a diverse team.

Current Research Staff and Students

After completion of a postdoctoral Newman fellowship at University College Dublin in 2013 I joined the Complex Disease Epigenetics Group at the University of Exeter as a research fellow. In 2015, I was appointed Lecturer in Biomedical Science at the University of Exeter Medical School and started an independent research programme examining the role of epigenetic mechanisms in complex diseases. In autumn 2018, I returned to Ireland as Lecturer in the School of Biological and Health Sciences, TU Dublin. Furthermore, I continue as an honorary Lecturer at the University of Exeter. My research is focussed on using state-of-the-art genomic approaches to understand the molecular mechanisms of complex phenotypes and identify biomarkers and therapeutic targets of disease. Through the Applied Intelligence Research Centre I hope to develop cross-disciplinary links between my field of genomics and machine learning applications to further facilitate my research into epigenomic biomarker of disease.