2006 Ph.D., Biostatistics, University of Washington.
Thesis: Inference for optimal dynamic treatment regimes
Supervised by Thomas Richardson.
2004 M.Sc., Biostatistics, University of Washington.
2001 M.Phil., Epidemiology, University of Cambridge, UK.
Thesis: Modelling techniques for missing data: Intensive case-management
versus standard case-management for severe psychosis.
Supervised by Ian White.
2000 B.A. Mathematics and Statistics, University of Winnipeg.
Scientific Program Chair for the Statistical Society of Canada Annual Meeting, June 11-14, 2017
Associate Director (Quebec) of the Canadian Statistical Sciences Institute (CANSSI, 2015-2018)
Member, Nominating Committee for the Scientific Advisory Committee of CANSSI (2015-2018)
Statistics Representative, Scientific Committee of the Centre de Recherches Mathematiques (CRM, 2014-2018)
Statistical Society of Canada Representative to the CRM (2014-2017)
Co-chair, Causal Inference Topic Group for STRengthening Analytical Thinking for Observational Studies (STRATOS), an initiative launched by the International Society for Clinical Biostatistics to improve analyses of observational data (2013-2016)
Member, Elections Committee, Statistical Society of Canada (2009-2014)
Member, Bilingualism Committee, Statistical Society of Canada (2008-2013)
Associate Editor, Journal of the American Statistical Association, Theory & Methods (2014-present)
Associate Editor, Biometrics (2013-present)
Associate Editor, Journal of Causal Inference (2011-2013)
Guest Editor, Statistical Communications in Infectious Diseases (2011)
Associate Editor, International Journal of Biostatistics (2009-2013)
Guest Editor, International Journal of Biostatistics (2009)
AJE 2017 Paper of the Year for a publication from Elizabeth Krakow's MSc thesis
EBOH Excellence in Mentoring Award (2017, 2019)
William Dawson Scholar, McGill University (2015- )
Elected Member, International Statistical Institute (2015)