Currently, I am working to develop statistical methodology for the multivariable Mendelian randomization analysis for highly correlated instruments; dimensionality reduction using factor analyzer models; joint estimation. I completed PhD in Statistics at the Department of Statistics form University College London. My PhD thesis covered the methodological, computational, and theoretical aspects of unsupervised learning problems. During Phd, I joined the Alan Turing Institute as an enrichment scholar in data science. Prior to commencing PhD, I hold an MPhil (research), an MSc (research) both in Statistics, and an undergraduate in Mathematics (minor Statistics).