Lecturer in Statistics
Yu Luo obtained his PhD in biostatistics from McGill University, Canada. His doctoral dissertation developed methods for non-equidistant, longitudinal directories, especially under Bayesian settings, focusing on data found in electronic health records, administrative data, and data derived from mobile applications. After his doctoral study, he held positions in Imperial College London and Lancaster University. In January 2023, Yu joined the Department of Mathematics, King’s College London, as a Lecturer in Statistics.
- Hidden Markov models and related computation
- Bayesian theory and applications
- Causal inference
- Medical and transportation engineering applications