Brieuc Lehmann

Postdoc @ Big Data Institute, University of Oxford
JRF @ Jesus College, Oxford

brieuc dot lehmann at bdi dot ox dot ac dot uk
@BrieucLehmann
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Bio

I’m a postdoctoral research associate in statistical machine learning at the Big Data Institute and the Department of Statistics at the University of Oxford. I’m also a Junior Research Fellow in Statistics at Jesus College, Oxford.

I did my PhD at the MRC Biostatistics Unit, University of Cambridge. Before starting the PhD, I studied maths at Trinity College, Cambridge. Here is my CV

Research interests

Statistical network analysis, graphical models, Bayesian computation, neuroimaging data, polygenic risk scores

Publications

Characterising group-level brain connectivity: a framework using Bayesian exponential random graph models (bioRxiv)
B.C.L. Lehmann, R.N. Henson, L. Geerligs, Cam-CAN, S.R. White

Inferring differences between networks using Bayesian exponential random graph models (Doctoral thesis, 2019)
B.C.L. Lehmann

Assessing dynamic functional connectivity in heterogeneous samples (NeuroImage, 2017)
B.C.L. Lehmann, S.R. White, R.N. Henson, Cam-CAN, L. Geerligs