I believe that a good teacher is someone with boundless enthusiasm, a questioning personality, a friendly smile and an ability to process and act on feedback.
I use a mix of lectures and hands-on IT-based instruction to share my passion of bio-statistics and data science with others. Official documentation of the evaluation of my teaching can be obtained from the University of Bern where I worked and taught for 4 years.
Examples of past training courses can be found below:
3-day workshop on animal health surveillance for the residents of the European College of Veterinary Public Health (2015)
“Introduction to the interactive visualisation of surveillance data with Google Maps and Charts” pre-conference workshop developed with Epi-Interactive and delivered at the Society for Veterinary Epidemiology and Preventive Medicine meeting in Ghent (2015)
“Introduction to statistics with R” 3-days course delivered during the yearly PhD Summer School of the Vetsuisse Faculty, University of Bern (2012-2015).
“Introduction to epidemiological modelling” half-day course delivered during the yearly PhD Summer School of the Vetsuisse Faculty, University of Bern (2014-2015).
“Statistics and epidemiological modelling using R” week-long course delivered in English and French to over 130 members of the African Research Consortium on Population and Ecosystem Health (2010).