Dr Diana Cole
Diana is an alumna of the University of Kent, having obtained her PhD in Statistics in 2003 for the thesis Stochastic Branching Processes in Biology. She then worked as a Research Associate on Stochastic models for yeast prion propagation and then on Parameter redundancy in ecological models. She became a Lecturer in Statistics in 2007.
Ecological statistics, Integrated Population Modelling, Identifiability, Parameter redundancy, Generalised linear mixed models. Part of the SE@K (Statistical Ecology at Kent) research group and a member of the National Centre for Statistical Ecology (NCSE).
Foundation Statistics (MAST0025), Applied Statistical Modelling 2 (MAST6012), Applied Statistical Modelling (Professional Skills for Statisticians, MAST7012)
I can supervise PhDs in the area of statistical ecology.