I will be on paternity leave from May-July 2022 and will not be able to supervise additional student research projects during that time.

About Me

I am a postdoc at Mila and McGill University where I work under Joelle Pineau's supervision at the intersection of machine learning and healthcare.

My main expertise is in bioinformatics, statistical genetics and genetic epidemiology. Most of my previous work was on studying mutations in drug target genes to predict the effect of drugs at the population level. My broader research interest include the application of machine learning to healthcare in general, and more specifically applications in causal inference including further work on Mendelian Randomization.

I keep an up-to-date list of my publications on Google Scholar.