Hui Guo is a senior lecturer in Biostatistics at the Centre for Biostatistics, University of Manchester. She holds a PhD in Statistics from Cambridge University where she also worked as a research associate. She obtained her MSc and PG Diploma in Statistics from UCL.
Hui's research focuses on causal inference from observational studies. Her current work is on identification of causal genes of clinical outcomes of interest using summary statistics from large-scale genetic association data. She is also interested in optimising predictive models and exploring genetic causal pathways and/or networks of certain diseases.