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Ruben Weitzman

CDT Student

I was raised in a bilingual home in Paris, with a French mother and a British father. After a foundation year of mathematics in Paris at Dauphine University, I moved to the UK to study Biomedical Engineering at Imperial College London. There, I developed an interest in pluri-disciplinary approaches to healthcare and gained experience in bioinformatics as an Amgen Scholar. I then pursued a Master’s in Computational Biology at Cambridge University, where for my final project I focused on a new machine learning approach to single cell multiomics prediction. I am interested in studying gene regulation at different scales and multi-disciplinary projects at the interface between machine learning and bioinformatics.  

Outside of my studies, I have been involved in the past in science communication through my involvement in scientific societies at Imperial , and look forward to partake in such activities within the Oxford community.