# WELCOME TO ANGELO'S PAGE

Dr. Angelo J. Canty

Department of Mathematics and Statistics

McMaster University

1280 Main Street West

Hamilton, Ontario

L8S 4K1

**Tel : **+1-905-525-9140 x 27079

**Fax : **+1-905-522-0935

**email : **cantya@mcmaster.ca

## My Current Position

I am an associate professor in the
Department of Mathematics and Statistics at
McMaster University in
Hamilton,
Ontario, Canada.
My research interests are mainly in the areas of computational
statistics and the analysis of genetic data. Some areas that I have
worked on are

Monte Carlo Markov Chain methodology.

Bootstrap and other resampling methods.

Analysis of gene expression microarray
experiments

Genome-Wide Association Studies.

Graphical methods.

Monte Carlo Inference.

Efficient computer implementation of statistical algorithms.

## Teaching

In the 2015/2016 academic year I am teaching

Statistics 3A03: Applied Regression Analysis with SAS (Undergraduate; Fall)

Statistics 4CI3/6CI3: Computational Methods for Inference(Undergraduate/Graduate; Winter)

Statistics 743:
Foundations of Statistics (Part 2) (Graduate; Winter)

## My Education and Experience

Here is a brief synopsis of my education and experience to date.

For more detailed information please download my
curriculum vitae (in Adobe pdf
format)

In 1989 I graduated with a B.Sc. from
University College, Cork in the
Republic of Ireland. While an undergraduate I worked in the
Statistics and
Computer Science departments.
After taking a break for a year (as a trainee actuary) I went to the
University of Toronto to pursue
graduate studies in the
Department of Statistics. In 1991 I received my M.Sc. and, under the
supervision of Nancy Reid, I
received my Ph.D in 1995.

Immediately after finishing my Ph.D. I took up a post-doctoral research
position in the
Department of Statistics at the
University of Oxford. While at Oxford
I worked with
Anthony Davison and David
Hinkley. I was also a lecturer in statistics at
Lady Margaret Hall

In 1996 I went to l'École Polytechnique
Fédérale de Lausanne in Switzerland where I worked in
Anthony Davison's Chair of
Statistics which is part of the
Department of Mathematics.

In August 1998, I took up a tenure track position as assistant professor
in the Department of Mathematics
and Statistics at Concordia University
in Montreal.
Finally on July 1, 2001 I came to McMaster University as an assistant
professor in the Department of
Mathematics and Statistics. On July
1, 2007 I was granted tenure and promoted to my present rank of
associate professor. Since July 1, 2005 I have also been an associate
member of the Department
of Clinical Epidemiology and Biostatistics.

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