Helen Ogden is a Lecturer in Statistics in the School of Mathematical Sciences. She is a member of the Southampton Statistical Sciences Research Institute and the Institute for Life Sciences, and a Turing Fellow at the Alan Turing Institute for Data Science and Artificial Intelligence.
A link to Helen's personal webpage can be found here.
- Statistical modelling
- Mixed-effects models
- Statistical computation
- Intractable likelihoods
- Models for count data
Helen's research interests are in statistical modelling, theory and computation, with particular interest in mixed-effects models, models for count data, and conducting inference when the likelihood function is intractable.
Current PhD Students
Helen has taught on a number of modules, including:
MATH6028 - Medical Seminar Series II
MATH2011 - Statistical Distribution Theory
2016- : Lecturer, University of Southampton
2013-2016: Research Fellow, University of Warwick
2013: PhD in Statistics, University of Warwick
2010: MPhil in Statistical Sciences, University of Cambridge
2009: BA in Mathematics, University of Cambridge (MA 2013)