In addition to serving as a Senior Scientist at the BC Cancer Research Centre, Dr. Guillaud has an appointment as an Adjunct Professor in the UBC Department of Statistics. He has previously provided instruction in data analysis, image analysis, and computer science at the Joseph Fourier University (Biological Sciences), Stendhal University (Social Sciences), and the French Institute National of Health and Medical Research (INSERM). He completed his PhD in the field of Biological and Medical Informatics at Joseph Fourier University, developing new statistical and image analysis techniques that could be applied to tissue biopsy cross-sections to determine patient prognosis and diagnosis. He also completed a Master’s degree in Cellular Biology (Animal Genetics) at Clermont Ferrand University. Dr. Guillaud holds patents on multiple techniques for automated assessment of tissue specimens and has authored dozens of research manuscripts in the areas of biostatistics and image processing.
University of British Columbia
Adjunct Professor, Department of Statistics, UBC
B.Sc., Cellular Biology and Physiology, Joseph Fourier University (France), 1985
M.Sc., Cellular Biology (Animal Genetics), Clemont University (France), 1986
Ph.D., Biological and Medical Informatics, Joseph Fourier University (France), 1993