Jonathan Sidi, Ph.D.

Research Scientist II

Jonathan joined Metrum in July 2016 after working for several years solving problems in applied statistics, financial stress testing, and economic forecasting in both industrial and academic settings. He obtained his Ph.D. in Statistics from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem where his dissertation topic was “Signal Process Classification in a High Dimensional Setting”. Jonathan’s interests include generalized mixed effects models, dimension reduction, multivariate statistical process monitoring, and machine learning.

Recent publications by this scientist

Real world evidence and model-informed drug development – an antidiabetic drug cardiovascular outcome case study

June 18, 2018

Meng Z, Rogers JA, Sidi J, Tang Q, Patel D, Gaudel-Dedieu N, and Delvart D. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Population Approach Group in Europe (PAGE) Montreux, Switzerland, May 2018. Abstract I-76.

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