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Natalia Hong

CDT Student

I am honoured to be part of the HDRUK-Turing-Wellcome PhD Programme in Health Data Science. Prior to joining this programme, I studied BSc Actuarial Science at the London School of Economics followed by a MSc Statistical Science at the University of Oxford. My master’s dissertation with the Oxford Protein Informatics Group was on the parameterisation of models for protein folding using machine learning. After my masters, I worked as a research assistant in the Biostatistics department at Imperial College London, where I developed statistical methodology to support research in lung cancer risk prediction. I am broadly interested in developing Bayesian methods and machine learning approaches with applications in healthcare. Outside of work, I enjoy travelling, meeting people, and cooking!