Department of Mathematics and Statistics,
College of Arts and Sciences, Boston University,
111 Cummington Mall,
Boston, MA 02215.
I am currently working as a posdoctoral researcher under the supervision of Eric Kolaczyk. My research centers on extending the use of standard statistical methods, such as the t-test or the analysis of variance, to network data. This is of particular interest to neuroscientists manipulating neuroimaging data, which can be used to construct subject-specific networks. Previously, I have worked in King's College London on neuroimaging data, with specific emphasis on the construction and comparison of functional MRI networks linking cortical and subcortical regions. I hold a PhD in biostatistics from Imperial College London, during which I analyzed epidemiological data using Bayesian statistics, within a decision theoretic framework.
If you wish to get started with a good text editor, you should consider using the free software platform, Emacs. Below, I have provided you with the Emacs configuration file that I have been using and honing for a few years, as well as a custom.el file. These are can be used with Emacs 23, but not with Emacs 24.