I am currently the biostatistical lead at British Columbia Children's Hospital Research Institute. Previously, I was a postdoctoral research fellow at the University of British Columbia, the British Columbia Centre for Disease Control and the BC Ministry of Mental Health and Addictions. My focus is currently on measuring the impact of HIV testing and prevention interventions, and interventions in the ongoing opioid overdose public health crisis in British Columbia. I use an array of approaches from Bayesian statistics and mathematical modelling.
I also completed a postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Warwick modelling the elimination of lympahtic filariasis as part of the neglected tropical disease modelling consortium.
I completed a PhD in the modelling of pattern formation in ecology as part of the University of Warwick Centre for Complexity Science.
I am passionate about using a wide-variety of analytic and statistical tools to get the most insight from data available; from data-mining to inference and model-based prediction.
I am always interested in new opportunities for collaboration. My contact details are below.