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Personal profile

Biography

Dr. Emi Tanaka is an applied statistician whose primary interest is to develop impactful methods and tools that can be readily used by practitioners. Her research interests include mixed models and experimental designs, motivated primarily by the problems in bioinformatics and agricultural sciences. She obtained her PhD in statistical bioinformatics at The University of Sydney. She was a lecturer in statistics at School of Mathematics and Statistics, The University of Sydney before joining Department of Econometrics and Business Statistics, Monash University. 

Community service

  • President of Statistical Society of Australia Victoria Branch (since 2021)
  • Vice President of Statistical Society of Australia Victoria Branch (2020)
  • Councillor of International Biometrics Society Australiasian Region (since 2017)
  • Secretary of Statistical Society of Australia NSW Branch (2018-2019)
  • Assistant Secretary of Statistical Society of Australia NSW Branch (2017)

Monash teaching commitment

  • ETC5512: Wild Caught Data (25%)
  • ETC5521: Exploratory Data Analysis (50%)
  • ETC5523: Communicating with Data (50%) & Chief Examiner

 

Research area keywords

  • statistics
  • data science
  • plant breeding
  • genetics
  • bioinformatics

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