David Rossell

UPF and Barcelona GSE


PhD, Rice and University of Texas MD Anderson

David Rossell is Ramón y Cajal Fellow at UPF. Previous appointment include the Biostatistics Dept. at MD Anderson Cancer Center (Houston, USA), IRB Barcelona (Spain) as head of Biostatistics & Biostatistics Unit and the Dept. of Statistics at the University of Warwick as Assistant/Associate professor. His work combines methodological research, such as theory, computation and the development of modelling techniques, and a substantial amount of inter-disciplinary work in biomedicine, chemistry and the social sciences. Specific research interests include high-dimensional inference, experimental design, dimensionality reduction and applied statistical modelling, with emphasis on the Bayesian approach. He authored over 35 peer-reviewed publications and has developed a number of R packages implementing statistical methodology. He has taught undergraduate and graduate courses at the University of Warwick, the Oxford-Warwick OxWaSP PhD program for Big Data and at UPF, shorter courses workshops at various universities, and >70 invited talks at international conferences and workshops.