# Current teaching

I will be teaching Applied Multivariate Statistics in the spring of 2024. The lecture notes are available here.

## Previous years

### Teaching at the University of Sheffield (2015-2020)

This is a level 4/Masters module in which we consider mixed effects models and methods for dealing with missing data (multiple imputation, EM algorithm etc).

#### Topics in Bioengineering: An introduction to statistics (BIE201)

This is a level 2 Engineering module. Half of the module is on introductory statistics, which we teach via flipped learning. The videos we created are linked to below:

Previously, I taught Computational inference (MAS6004/MAS472), a a level 4/Masters module looking at simulation approaches for frequentist and likelihood-based inference.

### Teaching at the University of Nottingham (2009-2015)

I taught three different modules:

- Statistical methods and models (G12SMM)
I taught the linear models part of the module, covering theory and application.
- Topics in Biomedical Statistics (G14TBS) This is a level four/Msc module which takes place in the Spring Semester. I wrote the part on population genetics, which focusses on explaining how probability models can be used to understand the genetic structure of populations. The notes are available here.
*Computational Statistics (G14CST)* A fourth year module on modern computational techniques. The content was similar to the Sheffield module MAS472

## Research tutorial talks

I’ve given a number of research talks that aim to be tutorials.