Our firm is small and agile, working with a highly skilled and diverse team. We provide our clients expert-level services while remaining flexible to meet their needs.
Our clients are innovators meaning that established approaches often don’t meet their needs. We constantly draw from new skillsets and perspectives to make the most of their data.
Central to everything we do is building lasting, meaningful relationships with our clients as we help them reach their scientific and business goals.
Dr. Erika Braithwaite is an accomplished epidemiologist and researcher whose work has focused on social determinants of health and vulnerable populations such as people who are homeless or incarcerated. Also a keen methodologist, Dr. Braithwaite’s experience spans randomized controlled trials and causal inference.
Since 2017, Erika has led the company’s fundraising and business development efforts, and been recognized by organizations such as Montreal Fondation Inc, Entreprendre Ici and SheEO. Outside of her duties as CEO, Erika is passionate about inspiring women to pursue technology-related careers and organizes R Ladies Montreal events.
Dr. Kathryn Morrison is an accredited statistician with over twenty peer-reviewed publications in journals such as Statistics in Medicine and The Lancet. She has led the development of novel applications of multivariate latent process models of clinical outcomes which have been used by the CDC in British Columbia.
Her favourite thing about being a statistician is, as the famous statistician John Tukey said, you get to play in everyone’s backyard: she enjoys consulting across disciplines from genomics to clinical research. In her role as CTO, she oversees a team of data scientists and software developers and leads development of statistical technology at the company.
Katie holds a Master’s in Epidemiology from McGill University and has performed research investigating the causal impacts of policy introduction on population health outcomes. In her current role, Katie has a passion for programming in R and web app development, and has a well-rounded aptitude for working in a fast-paced team of data scientists. When she’s not coding, Katie can be found with a cat in her lap eating Michelin star chocolate desserts.
Having participated in research from drug discovery to health economics, Rhiannon is well equipped to foster a dynamic and scientific outlook towards data. Rhiannon’s work covers many therapeutic areas including psychiatry, endocrinology, and oncology, and has made extensive use of real-world data sources such as insurance claims. Outside of work, Rhiannon is an avid lover of nature, animals, and travelling.
Julia holds a Master’s degree in Epidemiology from the Dalla Lana School of Public Health, University of Toronto. She has extensive experience supporting clinical and academic research, working with data that range from electronic medical records to provincial-level administrative data. Julia’s work spans observational and experimental studies including quality improvement initiatives, health economic analyses, and predictive modelling. In the wild, Julia enjoys baking, running, cycling, and thrifting.
Hugo is a software developer with a passion for clean code and well- designed software. After graduating from McGill University, Hugo worked with audio-visual software solutions for the government and within the gaming industry. Hugo wears many hats at Precision Analytics as the head software developer: from system administration and dev-ops to app development. When he’s not at work, Hugo loves nothing more than to be in the water scuba diving.
Alex is a back-end software developer with a fondness for functional programming. His previous internship gave him experience building applications for cloud-based software as well as developing microservices and API tools in a Node.js environment. At Precision Analytics, he can be found working on everything from databases to dashboards. Away from the screen, Alex is a talented videographer and cook, and passionate about the environment.
Robert is currently a Professor in the Department of Pediatrics at McGill University and the Department of Epidemiology, Biostatistics and Occupational Health, where he also serves as Director of Graduate Programs. As the inaugural holder of the Albert Boehringer 1st Chair in Pharmacoepidemiology, and as a Senior Scientist at the McGill University Health Centre Research Institute, Robert’s research focuses on statistical methods for pharmacoepidemiology and perinatal epidemiology. Robert is also the Co-Principal Investigator and Leader of the Methods team for the Canadian Network for Observational Drug Effect Studies. Robert enjoys hitting the slopes with his family and is known for taking conference calls from the park with his corgi, Maggie.