Consultants Directory

We provide a Directory of Statistical Consultants listing our professionally qualified members who offer a statistical consultancy service. Professionally qualified members hold the status of Chartered Statistician (CStat).

The Directory contains profiles created by the consultants, including information on their specialisms and background as well as their contact details. It operates on an opt-in basis – each consultant has agreed to their profile being available on our public website. There are terms of reference covering the operation of the directory, to ensure it remains up to date.

Ziad Taib State of the art Statistical Methods for Planning, Analysis and Reporting of Clinical Trials. Decision analysis for Drug Development Projects. Interim Monitoring. Worldwide


Derek Bond Regional Statistics; Organisational Issues; Econometrics; Spatial Statistics, Boundary issues Worldwide
Cathy W. S. Chen Time series analysis; Bayesian MCMC methods; Forecasting; Statistical computing; Financial Econometrics; Statistical methods in epidemiology. Worldwide


Andrew Kingston Microsimulation, healthy life expectancy, time-to-event analysis, multistate modelling, group based trajectory modelling, joint models, analysis of repeated meaures, analysis of longitudinal data, analysis of categorical data (cross-sectional and longitudinal), multivariate and multivariable analyses, R, Stata
Richard Saldanha Quantitative finance; AI/machine learning; mathematics/statistics. Worldwide


Professor Michael G. Schimek For biomedical research, biostatistical and bioinformatical expertise is offered with a special focus on (i) the development of data collection and analysis strategies, (ii) strategies for the extraction of knowledge from data, and (iii) integration (fusion) of data from different sources and of different types. Apart from biomedical applications, various types of data from a wide range of customers in industry, institutions, and administration can be evaluated. A special focus is on (i) the analysis of rating and ranking data, (ii) their integration, also with other types of data, (iii) support for evaluation exercises, and (iv) reporting for decision makers. Europe