Jennifer joined the Department of Statistics in September 2015 on a NIHR Post-Doctoral Research Fellowship developing new statistical methodology for the analysis of recurrent events in the presence of dependent censoring. She has a BSc in Mathematics with Statistics and a MSc in Statistics, both from Lancaster University, as well as a PhD in Statistics from the University of Warwick. She has an interest in developing novel statistical methodology in response to challenging applied problems. She currently sits on Royal Statistical Society Council and is their Vice President for External Affairs.
Konrad obtained an undergraduate degree majoring in Computer Science before joining the Department of Statistics to undertake a PhD in Computational Structural Biology. His research revolves around computational antibody engineering with a special focus on industrial applications. In addition to his academic studies, Konrad has carried out work experience at IBM, UCLA, Los Alamos National Lab, CERN, Beijing Normal University, UCB Pharma and Oxford University.