TEACHING AND SUPERVISION
in 11th UK Workshop in Teaching Evidence-Based Practice; 11–15th
September, St Hugh’s College,
-Facilitator in first Oxford Workshop on
Evidence-Based Diagnostics; 17th – 19th July, St. Anne’s
College, Centre for Evidence Based Medicine,
-Facilitator in Oxford Workshop on Evidence Based
Practice, 3rd - 5th April, St. Hilda’s College,
2005 Supervisor in the M.Sc.
in Applied Statistics of the project: The Predictive Value of Symptoms and Their Combination in the Diagnosis
of Malignant and Benign Colorectal Disease,
2005 - present Tutor in Workshop
“Evidence Based Surgical Practice”,
2004 - present Tutor in Graduate
2004 - present Tutor in Evidence
Based medicine thread,
2003 - present Facilitator in the Workshop “Introduction to analysis”, UK Cochrane Centre Oxford, England.
2002 - present Coordinator of Statistics Workshop for
1999-2002 Supervised 7 completed B.Sc. dissertations in Statistics and Actuarial Science at ITAM
SELECTED COURSES TAUGHT
Meta-analysis. Postgraduate course. M.Sc. in Evidence Based Health Care, University of Oxford, 2004 - 2007.
Probability Theory, Mathematical Statistics, Statistics for Social Sciences, Computing Statistics, Multivariate Statistics. Undergraduate courses, Department of Statistics, ITAM, between 1999 and 2002.
Probability Theory. Postgraduate course. M.Sc. in Finance, ITAM, 1999.
Econometric Theory. Postgraduate course. M.Sc. in Public Policy, ITAM, 1999.