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Matthew Kerin

About Me

I am currently a student in the Genomic Medicine and Statistics DPhil programme, working with Professor Jonathan Marchini and Dr Kevin Sharp on methods to detect gene-by-environment interactions in biobank scale datasets.

Previously I graduated with an MMath from the University of Oxford, where I gained a broad background in Applied Mathematics. In my spare time I am a keen endurance athlete, and have competed for the university as a cyclist and a lightweight rower.