Sally Paganin

Assistant Professor @ The Ohio State University

I am an Assistant Professor of Statistics in the Department of Statistics at The Ohio State University.
My research is at the intersection of applied, computational, and methodological statistics, motivated by the analysis of complex data. I have been mostly working on Bayesian modeling and methods, with a focus on Bayesian nonparametrics, models for latent variables, and model assessment. I am also interested in the development of open-source statistical software and I am an active collaborator to NIMBLE, a flexible R-based software for hierarchical models (and more!).

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