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Dr Linh Nghiem

Research School of Finance, Actuarial Studies & Statistics

Postdoctoral Fellow
Email: linh.nghiem@anu.edu.au
Phone: +61 2 612 57384
Office: Room 3.38,

Research areas

Measurement error; Dimension reduction; Graphical model; Bayesian methodology and application.


Linh Nghiem is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow of Statistics. As a researcher working in the interface of statistics and machine learning, Linh is interested in developing innovative methodologies and working with collaborators to address scientific questions using data. Linh’s methodological research is focused on measurement error modeling, dimension reduction and graphical models. On the applied side, Linh is also collaborating with scientists to investigate human perception of music as well as how music can be used to improve social empathy among people in society.  Linh’s research has been published in a number of top-ranked statistics journals including Biometrika, Biometrics and Statistics in Medicine.

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Full publication list can be accessed at https://linhnghiem.org/research


Research grants and awards


GRAMMY Museum Grant Program, 2020.“An fMRI investigation of empathic accuracy for people and music.” Co-investigator with Z. Wallmark, B.Tabak, J.Cao and L. Kahn.


International Biometric Society - Western North American Region/Institute of Mathematical Statistics Meeting 2017, Distinguished Student Oral Paper Award



STAT 6038: Regression Modeling (MADA Autumn session 2020)


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