Matthieu is now a Senior Lecturer in Statistical Genetics at Massey University (New Zealand). His work focuses on deciphering relationships between entities in a complex (e.g. biological) system; please have a look at his research interests.
Matthieu studied Applied Maths/Stats at the ENS Lyon (France) before doing his PhD in Grenoble (2007, INRIA Rhone-Alpes, France). He then joined BioSS in Dundee and Aberdeen (Scotland) from 2006 to 2009 as a Statistician. He then became a Research Fellow in the Maths and Comput. Sc. dpt of the INRA in Toulouse (France) in 2009 (present: detached position).