Precision Analytics is an independent and fully women-owned and founded company headquartered in Montreal, Canada. Our mission is to help the organizations faced with the world’s toughest health challenges to make better decisions, faster, by delivering best-in-class services that harness cutting-edge data science tools.
Our diverse client base ranges from biotechnology start-ups to pharmaceutical manufacturers and clinicians. With our experienced team of data scientists, developers, and scientific advisors, we bring the same, high standard of scientific rigour to each research challenge we encounter, whether industry-standard or cutting edge. 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’s background in epidemiology, psychology and econometrics all serve her well as CEO of Precision Analytics. Erika is an accomplished researcher, having been published in various academic journals, and she is an adjunct professor of Epidemiology and McGill University.
When she isn’t crunching data or overseeing company growth, Erika has a passion for inspiring women to pursue technology-related careers, and organizes the R Ladies Montreal Meetups. Like much of the Precision Analytics team, Erika is known enjoying the company of canines. More uniquely, she loves makeup, beauty bloggers and following the many BeauTube scandals of 2019.
Dr. Kathryn Morrison is an accredited statistician with over twenty peer-reviewed publications in journals such as Statistics in Medicine and The Lancet. Kathryn’s favourite thing about being a statistician is, as the famous statistician John Turkey said, you get to play in everyone’s backyard: she has worked on projects across the range of drug development, from basic science and genomics to clinical research and post-market drug analysis.
Kathryn still participates in research as an Adjunct Professor at McGill University, and in the open-source R community as a co-organizer of R Ladies Montreal. Not surprisingly, she spent her high school years making robots as a member of the physics club. She continues to insist that famous statisticians are totally a thing.