Group Leader in Cancer Genomics; Assistant Member of the Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research
I am a computational biologist with a focus on cancer genomics. My research aims to understand how cell-intrinsic processes lead to cancer initiation.
We leverage the many existing genomic data sets generated globally to identify new relationships between molecular processes and mutagenesis. We
also work closely with experimental groups in Oxford and beyond to test our hypotheses experimentally, and help other groups to maximise the use of
the data they generate. As such, my group has for example developed tools to analyse single-cell transcriptomics data and developed
Disparities in care and outcomes for primary liver cancer in England during 2008-2018: a cohort study of 8.52 million primary care population using the QResearch database.
Liao W. et al, (2023), EClinicalMedicine, 59
Comprehensive molecular profiling to predict first-line immunochemotherapy outcomes in inoperable esophageal adenocarcinoma
Carroll TM. et al, (2022), CANCER RESEARCH, 82
Author Correction: The effects of mutational processes and selection on driver mutations across cancer types.
Temko D. et al, (2020), Nature communications, 11