Katriona Goldmann


I am a PhD Student at QMUL working collaboratively between the Centre for Experimental Medicine and Rheumatology and the Centre for Translational Bioinformatics. I was previously a doctoral enrichment student at the Alan Turing Institute.

I work on multi-omic data integration in autoimmune diseases. I combine data from multiple biological sources including the genome, transcriptome and proteome to try and identify drivers of disease. The ultimate goal of this research is to move towards personalised medicine.

In particular I focus on creating computational tools to analyse big biological data online interactively using Shiny, R, and Plotly.