Peter W. MacDonald

Going for a walk


I am a PhD candidate in the Department Statistics at the University of Michigan. I work primarily on statistical analysis of networks. I am co-advised by Dr. Elizaveta Levina and Dr. Ji Zhu, and a member of their research group. Previously, I received my MMath (Statistics) and my BMath (Statistics and Pure Mathematics) from the University of Waterloo (ON).

Research Interests

Multilayer and dynamic networks

(with Elizaveta Levina and Ji Zhu)

Post-selection inference

(with Dan Kessler and Snigdha Panigrahi)

Multiple testing and false discovery rate (FDR) control

(with Kun Liang and Yingli Qin)


Selected awards and honors

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