This Friday, during Why R? 2021 Conference we announced awardees of Community award for Outstanding Community Leaders. We are thankful for every input our awardees provided for R community. You can find their biograms belows.
Dr. Hedia Tnani got her Master degree in Plant breeding from the Mediterranean Agronomic Institute of Zaragoza (IAMZ) and her Ph.D. in Genetics from the University of Barcelona. After a Postdoctoral experience at the CNRS in France and at the International Rice Research Institute (IRRI) in the Philippines, she joined the laboratory of BioInformatics, bioMathematics and bioStatistics (BIMS) at Pasteur Institute of Tunis (IPT). She’s actually a Visiting Postdoctoral Fellow at the Centre for Genomic Regulation (CRG) where she’s searching for new drug targets to shed light on new therapeutic approaches for the treatment of leishmaniasis.She’s also the co-founder of R-Ladies Tunis, Tunis R User Group and Pyladies Tunis.
Mustafa ÇAVUŞ is a Assistant Professor at Eskisehir Technical University, Department of Statistics from Turkey. Now, he is working as post-doc researcher at MI2 Datalab in Warsaw University of Technology. His current research interest is about AutoML and explainable artificial intelligence. He likes to spend his time on organizing R events, writing R blogs on Twitter, and releasing R packages.
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