Luke Hayden

Postdoctoral Researcher

Luke is a scientist who is interested in how statistics, bioinformatics and machine learning techniques can help to improve our understanding of the natural world. His research projects include using machine learning methods and gene expression data to model biological age and measure tissue rejuvenation and developing statistical methods to measure developmental variability. He has worked in the Averof Lab and Pantalacci/Sémon labs at the ENS de Lyon and holds a PhD from the National University of Ireland, Galway. His personal ambition is to find a really good excuse to use a polar area graph.

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