Kelly Ramsay

PhD. Statistics, MSc. Statistics, BSc. Statistics and Actuarial Science
Assistant Professor

York University

Toronto, Canada

The main goal of my research is to develop nonparametric and robust modelling tools for complex data. Some of the areas I have worked in are differential privacy, functional data, f-MRI and high-dimensional statistics. I am currently an Assistant Professor in the department of Mathematics and Statistics at York University. I have a PhD. from the University of Waterloo in Canada under Shoja Chenouri. Much of my work strikes an even balance between theoretical backing, computability and simulations and real data applications. Much of my published research has theoretical leanings, however, I worked as a statistical consultant at the University of Waterloo for several years, and was also a technical analyst for Bison transport, where I have worked on many applied problems. I have also worked on several R packages and participated in large scale webscraping projects. 



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