Anne-Claire Haury, PhD

Anne-Claire Haury Center for Computational Biology
Ecole des Mines de Paris
35, rue Saint-Honore
77305 Fontainebleau cedex, France
e-mail: anneclaire.haury.spam@gmail.com (remove .spam)
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I'm a data scientist interested in many applications and fields. I am particularly interested in high dimensional problems and feature selection.

During my PhD thesis, I tackled two main problems, namely signature selection for breast cancer prognosis and gene regulation network (GRN) inference. Our GRN inference method, TIGRESS, was ranked 2nd on in silico data and 3rd overall at the DREAM5 challenge.

Since then, I have worked on several machine learning applications, such as social recruitment, flight incident prediction and visual recognition for fashion items.

I'm always interested in new and challenging opportunities !

Short resume

Full resume here : french / english

Papers

Presentations

TIGRESS

Visits

  • During Spring 2011, I visited Sandrine Dudoit's team in UC Berkeley for a RNA-seq project.

Teaching

  • currently : University Paris 7, Denis Diderot : Introduction to Data Mining for Msc Computer Science students.
  • 2005 to 2013: Teaching at the University Paris 1, Panthéon-Sorbonne (Real Analysis, Topology, Probabilities and Statistics)
  • Event 2012: Rencontre Formations/Métiers MASS , University Paris 1, Panthéon-Sorbonne. Organizer.
  • Event 2009: Rencontre Formations/Metiers MASS, University Paris 1, Panthéon-Sorbonne. Founder and organizer.