PhD-level statistician / data scientist.
I have worked as a statistician for 25 years in Europe, Africa, and the Caribbean. I have a long history of leading project data handling and analytics, including the management of solutions for robust and secure online data collection. I have published over 150 peer-reviewed articles on a broad range of chronic and infectious diseases. Working with academia, I have secured over 14 million US dollars of funding for health-related research.
I am committed to open-access data, and am developing an infrastructure for collecting and sharing Caribbean research data. I am statistical editor for the Cystic Fibrosis and Genetic Disorders group of the Cochrane Collaboration - an international not-for-profit organization dedicated to improving healthcare decision-making globally. I work with a range of Caribbean and international agencies involved in health and wellness.
PhD in Statistical Epidemiology, 2002
University of Southampton, UK
MSc in Biometry, 1995
University of Reading, UK
BA in Applied Mathematics, 1992
Brunel University, UK