Research Interests

  • Physical activity and accelerometry
  • Network analysis
  • HIV-related cognitive impairment
  • Brain imaging
  • Clustered and longitudinal data analysis
  • Mixed model methodology
  • Structured high-dimensional data
  • Statistical regularization methods
  • Functional data analysis

His interests span a number of medical areas including NeuroHIV, physical activity, Sexually Transmitted Infections, and concussions as well as statistical areas including semiparametric regression, functional data analysis and structured high-dimensional data. In his applied research, he uses data arising in structural and functional brain imaging, accelerometry and intensively collected longitudinal studies. He has published over 50 peer-reviewed articles in the statistical, medical and epidemiological journals as well as 3 invited chapters.

PhD, Harvard University, Biostatistics, 2005
MS, University of British Columbia, Statistics, 1998
BS, Simon Fraser University, Mathematics, 1996
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ASA fellow, American Statistical Association, 2020-

American Statistical Association