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What I Didn't Learn at University

I presented this talk at the Early Career and Student Statistician’s Conference in 2021. I found that while I learned a lot at university about statistics and data, I didn’t learn a great deal about what it’s like practising statistics in an applied setting.

Thinking About Gender Identity

I thought I would gather my thoughts on my gender identity in this post. Partly for me to keep track of thoughts and feelings I’ve had, and partly in the hopes that it could be useful to someone.

PhD Confirmation Presentation

This is the video recording of my PhD confirmation presentation delivered at the Centre for Epidemiology and Biostatistics, Melbourne School of Population and Global Health on the 31st of May, 2021.

The Health of Aboriginal Children in Western Australia and its Intersection with the Child Protection System

This is the report I prepared for my PhD confirmation on the 31st of May, 2021. Abstract Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children continue to be over-represented in out-of-home care and there is little published information on the health of these children before and after they enter care.

Basil Pesto

This basil pesto recipe is the result of me making pesto innumerable times and tweaking it each time until I got it just right. My goal was to make a pesto that tastes just like the one you can buy from the Queen Victoria Markets in Melbourne.

Designing a t-shirt

The t-shirt competition Back in September 2020 I saw the Statistical Society of Australia (SSA) advertise a t-shirt competition. The competition was only open to members, with the winner of the competition having their design become the official design for the SSA’s t-shirts.

Meet the dogs

My happy little family at home consists primarily of noodle horses, or greyhounds as they’re more commonly known. We’ve got two greyhounds - Randy (13) and Cheeky (9).