Stephen Senn Joins the Significance Editorial Board

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  • Author: Statistics Views
  • Date: 04 January 2013

We are delighted to welcome Professor Stephen Senn to the Editorial Board of Significance, the bimonthly magazine and website of the Royal Statistical Society and the American Statistical Association.

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Stephen studied economics and statistics at the University of Exeter, completed an MSc there in information processing and subsequently obtained a PhD in statistics from part time study at the University of Dundee. He has worked for the NHS in Tunbridge Wells, the Dundee College Technology, CIBA-Geigy in Basle, Switzerland, University College London and the University of Glasgow but is now head of the Competence Center for Methodology and Statistics at the Centre de Recherche Publique de la Santé in Luxembourg. He has written several times for Significance and is the author of Dicing with Death (Cambridge, 2003), an attempt to explain to the general public what it is that medical statisticians do. His hobbies include ski-touring and hill-walking and he is trying to complete the ascent of all the Munros (mountains over 3000ft in Scotland) – current score 260 done, 24 to go. His proudest professional achievement is having captained the Royal Statistical Society team that got to the final of University Challenge the Professionals in 2006.

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