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Biography

I started my PhD in Biostatistics in 2016 on a fellowship from the National Medical Research Council of Singapore. The primary focus of my PhD is on the use of causal inference methods in process evaluation.

 

My interests lie in causal inference (including the emerging field of causal inference in machine learning). I am also a proficient R user (using it since 2008) and enjoy learning new programming languages, in particular, Haskell.

 

I was formerly a health services researcher with National Healthcare Group (Singapore) who also fund my studies here. I hold a Masters in Science (Occupational Therapy) and have practiced for a number of years in acute and community settings. 

Research Interests:

Causal Inference