I am a Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in Statistics in the Department of Mathematics at Imperial College London. Previously, I was Research Associate in Statistics at Imperial College London, where I have also obtained a PhD in Statistics, under the supervision of Professor Nick Heard.

My main research interests are broadly based on statistical analysis of dynamic networks, mostly from a Bayesian perspective. In my work, I enjoy exploring an array of different statistical techniques, adapted and extended to dynamic network modelling, such as latent variable models and model-based clustering. In recent years, I have also developed an interest for statistical analysis of event-time data, and latent factor models, including topic modelling. My research has been mainly applied to statistical cyber-security problems, but also to social networks, music streaming services, and bike sharing systems.

I also have personal webpage on the Imperial College website.