|Alma mater||University of Oxford|
|Thesis||Sequential Monte Carlo Methods in Filter Theory (1998)|
|Doctoral advisor||Peter Clifford|
|Other academic advisors||Peter Donnelly|
Paul Fearnhead is Professor of Statistics at Lancaster University. He is one of the leading researchers in computational statistics, in particular Sequential Monte Carlo methods. His interests include genetics – he has published several papers working on the epidemiology of campylobacter by looking at recombination events in a large sample of genomes – and sampling theory.
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