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B.A.Sc. (1996), Systems Design Engineering, University of Waterloo
M.S. (1999), Operations Research and Industrial Engineering (1999), Cornell University
Ph.D. (2003), Statistics, University of British Columbia
Postdoctoral Fellowship (2003-2004), Biostatistics, University of Washington
My Research Interests:
I work primarily on statistical methods with medical applications. I have particular interest in models for longitudinal data (especially counts and other non-normal responses), survival time models, parameter-driven models, random effects, and latent variables. I have worked extensively in the field of hidden Markov models.
I have applied the methods I've established to problems such as the design and analysis of clinical trials in multiple sclerosis.