Fabian Dablander PhD Student Methods & Statistics

Hi there, I am Fabian. I am about to finish my PhD at the Department of Psychological Methods at the University of Amsterdam, where I worked on topics related to Bayesian testing, causal inference, and early warning signals for tipping points. You can view my academic work here.

Outside of my academic work, I am eager to use data and data science to advance the social good. To that end, I co-founded CorrelAid Nederland, Science versus Corona, and was a Data Science for Social Good fellow at Carnegie Mellon University in 2022.

I am also deeply concerned about the climate emergency and am heavily involved with Scientist Rebellion.

I greatly enjoy teaching and have given workshops on a variety of topics, including Bayesian statistics, causal inference, epidemiological modeling, and climate action. I always strive to make the learning experience fun and engaging. If you want me to give a workshop on any of these topics, please get in touch. I am happy to give workshops on climate and climate action for free; for workshops on other topics I request a fee in order to keep the lights on.

I am also available for statistical consulting or short-term project work. You can reach me on email using my last name dot my first name at gmail dot com.

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