Maria De Iorio

Science (Mathematical, Computational & Statistical Sciences)



Maria De Iorio is Professor of Science at Yale-NUS College and Professor of Biostatistics in the Department of Statistical Science at University College London (UCL), London. She obtained her undergraduate degree in Economics from Bocconi University, Italy, and her MSc and PhD in Statistics from Duke University, USA. She then joined the Mathematical Genetics group of the University of Oxford as a postdoctoral research assistant. In 2003, she moved to Imperial College London, working first as a lecturer and then a senior lecturer. In September 2011, she joined the statistics group at UCL. She joined Yale-NUS College in August 2018.

Professor De Iorio has extensive expertise in Bayesian statistics, Bayesian nonparametrics, biostatistics & computational methods, She has a long track-record in modelling complex biomedical data and analysing high throughput data in genomics/metabolomics.

Bayesian statistics and how to apply Bayesian methods to analyse data, Bayesian Nonparametrics, Biostatistics, Medical Statistics, Genomics, Metabonomics.