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About me

I graduated from the University of Economics (VŠE) in Prague in 2009 with a master's degree in Statistics and Insurance Engineering. Until 2014, prior to my academic and research career, I worked as an financial/CRM analyst in some international organizations.

Having pursued PhD studies in statistics at VŠE, I completed the dissertation on clustering and regression analysis of micro panel data in 2017, proposing a unique solution for clustering the data that allows for the employment of a pattern recognition approach (unsupervised learning) to micro panel (longitudinal) data (the algorithm being coded and available in the open-source statistical computing system R).

Since 2014, I have worked as an assistant professor in the Department of Statistics and Probability at VŠE, teaching statistical courses (Introduction to Statistics, Probability Theory, Mathematical Statistics and Regression Analysis) both in Czech and English. In research on theoretical statistics, I focus on micro panel data, classification and regression analysis. Having attended the training in medical statistics (half-year international internship in the Brain Centre of the Royal Melbourne Hospital, http://www.melbournebraincentre.edu.au/ supervised by Dr. Tomas Kalincik PhD), I started to participate in medical research as a principal biostastician, cooperating with the endowment fund IMPULS, MS centre in the Faculty of Medicine of Charles University and the Department of Neurology of the General University Hospital in Prague. I also deal with applied statistics in finance (financial distress modelling lapse prediction models in particular), cooperating with Matej Bel University in Banská Bystrica, Slovakia.

For details, see the attached CV and the list of publications.