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My primary research interests lie broadly in Bayesian methods and computation for complex models which integrate multidisciplinary applications. Along with this main theme, I have developed methods to facilitate modelling and inference on non-standard complex data which lead to innovative analyses in the areas of social networks, health studies, sports, customer surveys, environmental and ecological studies. My recent and current applied collaborative projects include user behavior analytics and software development for assessing App user behaviour, modeling and simulation methods for assessing casino player behaviour, assessing method-of-payment habits in Banking surveys, developing models for understanding fish movement patterns in Lake Winnipeg and model developments for infectious disease propagation.

See the list of publications and presentations for further details.

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