Currently, I am a PhD student in statistics at UCLouvain (Belgium) within the Institute of Statistics, Biostatistics and Actuarial Sciences (ISBA). My research interests focus on survival analysis and bio-statistical procedures applied to cancer patients. More information can be found in my research projects.
In parallel with my doctoral thesis, I am teaching assistant for several courses in statistics and probability at bachelor and master’s level. I also provide trainings and workshops in statistics and R (an open source statistical software program) as part of UCLouvain’s technology platform for Support in Methodology and Statistical Computing (SMCS). Given my experience, I also help academics and professionals in performing statistical data analyses for their academic or work related projects.
Prior to this PhD, I graduated in 2015 with a Master in Economics from KU Leuven and in 2016 with a Master in Econometrics from Maastricht University. You may see my CV to have a better overview of my academic and professional background.
In May 2015, I became an international tennis chair umpire (White Badge certification). Since then, I am fortunate enough to work regularly as a chair or line umpire on major tennis events across the world.
In my spare time I like to play sports, learn to code and write about statistics and its applications in R through my blog www.statsandr.com. I also enjoy reading nonfiction books on statistics, (behavioral) economics, business/management/investing/personal finance or psychology and traveling around the globe.
Do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions or inquiries.