My research is focused on time-to-event analysis and statistical methods in epidemiology.

Associate Professors

My research area is statistical methodology with special focus on multivariate discrete distributions, repeated measurement models and non-linear regression with applications in health science.

I do research into statistical methods that are relevant in health science. My research has primarily focused on survival analysis and on the pseudo-observation method in particular.

My research in the recent years has focused on evaluation/comparison of methods of measurement, on studies related to (diabetic) polyneuropathy  and on studies investigating work-attachment after i.e. a cancer diagnose/treatment.

My research focuses on application and development of various statistical methods. I have a particular interest in time-to-event analysis and modern causal inference methods such as mediation analysis.