Some Words About Me And My Work
I am an Associate Professor in the Department of Medicine, McGill University. As part of my research program in Biostatistical methods I have worked chiefly on Bayesian latent class models and meta-analysis models related to applications in diagnostic accuracy research. I also provide statistical input on diverse clinical research projects. Through my involvement with the Technology Assessment Unit at McGill University Health Centre, I have an interest in the field of Health Technology Assessment. During the fall session I teach an introductory statistics course through the Division of Experimental Medicine. I also enjoy teaching workshops on latent class analysis and latent class meta-analysis models.