I am a statistician primarily interested in working in the areas of statistical ecology, time series modeling, Bayesian statistics and, more recently, spatial modeling of environmental data. Currently, I am an Assistant Professor in the Department of Statistical Sciences and School of the Environment at the University of Toronto.
Collaborative projects bring me loads of joy. So, while I am formally trained in mathematics and statistics, I’m likely to be working closely with marine biologists (esp. those who work with sharks) often and on many projects.
See my google scholar page for a full list of my publications
PhD in Statistics, 2019
Iowa State University
BSc in Mathematics, 2011
California State University, Bakersfield