Lecturer in Statistics
My research interests are in the area of population ecology and in particular in modelling phenology of breeding and migrating wildlife populations. I am also interested in the applications of Bayesian methods, and more recently of Bayesian nonparametric methods, in ecology.
During 2011-2014 I was working at the University of Oxford as a Departmental Lecturer at the Department of Statistics and as a Stipendiary Lecturer at St Peters College.
My first post-doctoral job, during 2010-2011, was at Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand where I was employed as a Research and Teaching Fellow.
My PhD, completed in 2010, was a joint project between the Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research, Rostock, Germany and the University of Kent.
I hold an MSc in Statistics with Applications in Medicine from the University of Southampton and a BSc in Statistics from Athens University of Economics and Business.