I studied applied mathematics and statistics at the University of Melbourne, and later undertook a PhD at Aarhus University, Denmark. My PhD focussed on statistical methods for integrating satellite remote-sensing data and air pollution models. I joined the University of Melbourne in 2015, working on modelling air quality and grass pollen. My experience in applied statistics spans environmental modelling, biostatistics and bioinformatics.
I joined the Statistical Consulting Centre in 2023. I have undertaken longer consulting projects for State and Federal government agencies, including the Bureau of Meteorology and the CSIRO. I am interested in the intersection between statistical and deterministic modelling, and the interface between environment and health. I have experience in high-performance computing and scientific programming.