Chris Banerji

Senior Research Associate, The Alan Turing Institute

Chris is a Senior Research Associate with the Turing-Roche Partnership and Histopathology Registrar at UCL Hospitals. Prior to joining the Turing, Chris studied Mathematics at Oxford before his PhD in computational and cell biology at UCL. He then studied medicine at Imperial College London, working as clinician throughout the COVID pandemic. During clinical training and employment, he held a Visiting Postdoctoral position at King’s College London enabling ongoing research.

Chris has a broad interest in mathematical and computational approaches to big biomedical data, with the aim of understanding pathological heterogeneity at all levels. Current biological research topics include: biomarker/therapeutic discovery in muscular dystrophy, cancer prognostics and stem cell biology. Current methodological research topics include: network theory, information theory, differential geometry, stochastic modelling, conformal prediction, bulk and single cell transcriptomic data analysis, explainability in deep learning and multimodal data integration.



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