I am a teaching focussed faculty member, and much of my time is spent teaching statistics courses and developing resources to help students learn statistics. I have created over 100 YouTube videos on topics in statistics, and they have proven to be very popular with my students and others around the world. I'm a strong believer in providing learning resources for free where possible, and I'm very pleased that I'm able to contribute to the growing body of free high-quality resources that are available online.
In traditional research, I work in the area of cure rate modelling in survival analysis. This involves modelling time-to-event data when a proportion of the population will never experience the event. I find the problems that are encountered interesting, and there are a wide variety of application areas, from medicine to engineering and manufacturing.
I also have an interest in financial statistics and portfolio management. I work with models to properly incorporate uncertainty when seeking an appropriate growth/risk balance.