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Saul Newman


Research Fellow

Based at the Demographic Science Unit and Leverhulme Centre for Demographic Science, Saul is an interdisciplinary scholar with a doctorate from the John Curtin School of Medical Research at the Australian National University, a previous position as a plant scientist with the Australian government and the ANU Research School of Biology, and a general interest in aging, machines, biology, and death.

Saul is currently open to new positions in a broad range of fields outside demography. Recent and upcoming publications span several fields including genomics, remote sensing, demography, statistics, and interpretable machine learning.

Saul’s current interests involve the mortality patterns of complex systems, human aging, and the statistics of survival processes. 

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