My main areas of interest are QSAR methodology development,chemical data mining and cheminformatics approaches to bioinformatics problems. In addition to investigating and developing methodologies, I am also active in a number of cheminformatics related software development efforts including web services, databases (here and here) and toolkits. See here for a more detailed description of my research.
Previously I have been involved in the the development of predictive QSAR models for biological endpoints as well as development of model validation & interpretation methods. Both these areas make extensive use of various statistical methods ranging from linear regression to neural networks and random forests. For a formal description of my academic career, check out my CV (PDF).