I am a consultant, speaker, researcher and teacher in statistics and artificial intelligence.
I’m an associate professor in statistics at the Department of Statistics, Uppsala University, and a visiting lecturer at 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.