I recently completed a Biostatistics PhD (currently under examination) at the University of Melbourne, focusing on developing and evaluating statistical methods for handling missing data in complex epidemiological studies with multiple levels of clustering. I am currently working across the University of Melbourne, providing statistical support to a range of projects related to improving young people’s health outcomes at the Department of General Practice and the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute conducting methodological research.
PhD in Biostatistics, 2018-2022
University of Melbourne, Australia
Bsc (Honours) in Statistics, 2012-2016
University of Colombo, Sri Lanka
Theoretical and Practical
R and Stata
Data analysis and Visualization
In this role I delivered tutorials and Stata/R statistical software practical sessions for the following statistical courses as a part of Master of Public Health and Master of Biostatistics.