I am a consultant, speaker, research and teacher in statistics and artificial intelligence.
I’m currently on leave from my position as associate professor in statistics at the Department of Statistics, Uppsala University. During this time I’m visiting the School of Mathematics at the University of Edinburgh.
For my consulting and speaking services, see my page on consulting in statistics and artificial intelligence.
In 2017 I was a long-term visiting researcher at the Beijer Laboratory for Animal Science, developing methods for analysing data collected at high-tech dairy farms.
Apart from that, my research interests include machine learning and artificial intelligence, multivariate statistics, censored data and inference for discrete distributions. I have a keen interest in applications in medicine and proteomics, and regularly collaborate with researchers at the Uppsala Berzelii Technology Centre for Neurodiagnostics.
I teach courses with a mathematical and/or theoretical leaning, as well as methodological courses.
I finished my M.Sc. in mathematics in 2009 and my PhD in mathematical statistics in 2014, both at the Department of Mathematics, Uppsala University. In 2015 I was awarded the Cramér prize for my thesis On Confidence Intervals and Two-Sided Hypothesis Testing. Having worked as a senior lecturer at the Department of Statistics since August 2014, I was promoted to associate professor (docent) June 2017.