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Institute of Fundamental Sciences
Massey University
Private Bag 11222
Palmerston North 4442
New Zealand


Martin Hazelton's PhD Students

Current PhD students

Jing Liao is working on statistical modelling and inference for complex epidemiological data.


Former PhD students

Kate Richards is working on statistical modelling and inference in veterinary epidemiology, with a particular focus on the assessment of data quality.

Brigid Betz-Stablein worked on statistical modelling in vision science. She is now a research assistant at the University of New South Wales, in Sydney.

Tilman Davies worked on spatio-temporal models of disease. He is now a lecturer in statistics at the University of Otago.

Tarn Duong, who worked on multivariate kernel density estimation (PhD awarded with distinction). Tarn is currently working at a research institute in France.

Sarojinie Fernando worked on estimation of spatio-temporal relative risk surfaces.

Pamela McCaskie, who worked on some problems in genetic epidemiology, co-supervised by Professor Lyle Palmer (Chair of Genetic Epidemiology at the University of Western Australia). Pamela is currently working at the University of Western Australia.

Katharina Parry worked on statistical inference for network-based transport models. She is now a lecturer in analytics at Auckland University of Technology.

Rohan Sadler, who worked on spatio-termoral statistical models in ecology, with a particular focus on Pilbara (a region of Western Australia) grasslands. Rohan is currnetly employed at the University of Western Australia.

Katrina Scurrah, who worked on statistical methods in genetic epidemiology. Katrina is currently working as a lecturer at the University of Melbourne.


Page last updated: 1 March 2016.