I am a researcher in statistical genetics. From January 2016 to August 2019, I have been a postdoctoral fellow in Ron Do’s lab at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, in New York, USA. Before joining the Institute for Personalized Medicine at Mount Sinai, I was a BioStatistician at the laboratory of Genomics and metabolic diseases of the Institut Pasteur in Lille, France. I defended my PhD thesis, “Exploratory Analysis of transcriptomic data: from their visualisation to the integration of external information” on the 4th of September, 2013 in Agrocampus Ouest, Rennes, France.
Marie Verbanck starts a new position at Université Paris Cité as Assistant Professor and creates the GEML Research group.
The PleioMap project aiming at leveraging pleiotropy in human genetic architecture to build a map of pleiotropy using machine learning has been funded by the French National Research agency (ANR JCJC, PI: Marie Verbanck).
The PleioMap project, funded by the French National Research agency for 3.4 years, started with two graduate students Martin Tournaire and Martin K. Amouzou.
Martin tournaire, MS, offically starts as a PhD student in the GEML group after successfully graduating summa cum laude from his masters program.
Biostatistique, Traitement et Modélisation des données biologiques
UR 7537 – BioSTM
Faculté de Pharmacie de Paris - Université Paris Cité
4 avenue de l’Observatoire
75006 Paris, France