Members

Ernest Turro, PhD — Principal Investigator
Dr Turro is a biostatistician with extensive research experience in genetics, genomics, and molecular diagnostics. He has made important contributions towards understanding the genetic causes of rare hereditary disorders, particularly hematological and immune disorders. He has also developed a number of influential statistical methods, including methods for inferring genetic associations with rare diseases and methods for modelling gene expression data.

Daniel Greene, PhD — Assistant Professor

Kayleigh Rutherford — Bioinformatician

Nathalia Beller — Associate Researcher

Zafiirah Baurhoo — Associate Researcher

Aaditya Sharma — PhD student (Cambridge)

Koen De Wispelaere — PhD student (KU Leuven)

Former students

  • Joep ten Wolde, PhD student (University of Cambridge), 2017–2023.
  • Hippolyte Verdier, rotation project, MPhil in Computational Biology (University of Cambridge), 2019.
  • Daniel Greene, PhD student (University of Cambridge), 2013–2017.
  • Natasha Andressa, Visiting PhD student (University of Cambridge), 2015.
  • Olivia Murrin, research project, MSc Human Molecular Genetics (Imperial College London), 2017.
  • Archana Ramesh, research project, MSc Human Molecular Genetics (Imperial College London), 2017.
  • Mike Field, rotation project, MPhil in Computational Biology (University of Cambridge), 2014.
  • Jürgen Jänes, rotation project, Wellcome Trust PhD programme in Mathematics, Genomics and Medicine (University of Cambridge), 2012.