Statistics allows us to better understand the world around us. I am the author / co-author of a dozen peer-reviewed scientific articles and my interests include hypothesis testing, causal inference, meta-research, and statistical applications in ecology, epidemiology and clinical trials.

In 2011, I graduated from Simon Fraser University with a MSc in statistics, under the supervision of Dr. Charmaine Dean. My MSc thesis, on the subject of model selection bias, was subsequently published in Statistics in Medicine. I began work as a statistical consultant for EMMES Canada CRO in 2012, collaborating on a wide range of projects as a partner to clinicians and scientists. In 2015, I started a PhD in statistics at the University of British Columbia, where I investigated the reliability and reproducibility of published research with Dr. Paul Gustafson.

My full CV is available here; more information on my research and selected publications are here.