I am Christopher John, a bioinformatician at QMUL in England. I have been working in bioinformatics since the second year of my PhD in Plant Sciences and Bioinformatics in Cambridge, around 6 years ago.
I am interested in the development of personalised therapies for rheumatoid arthritis, other autoimmune conditions, and other diseases using machine learning.
I have developed machine learning methods and software, for; 1) cluster analysis with the aim of finding patient subtypes in complex data to predict clinical outcomes, 2) evaluating supervised machine learning models.
The CRAN tools are aimed at a wide statistical audience that use the R programming environment.