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In September 2019, I joined the Department of Mathematics at the University of York as a Lecturer (Teaching and Scholarship) in Statistics.
In October 2022, I started a new role as a Lecturer in Data Science.
The main focus of my research is utilising wavelet techniques to model time series whose characteristics evolve through time (often referred to as locally stationary time series). This work was motivated by various applied problems in the field of circadian biology. In particular, this research: introduced a new method for clustering rhythmic biological data (with a focus on circadian oscillations) and developed novel hypothesis testing procedures in the (wavelet) spectral domain (which were motivated by three complementary applications in circadian biology).
Other research interests include: the application of statistical methods and tools to sport, and teaching and learning pedagogy.