Khalid Lemzouji, MSc, PStat, PStat®

Senior Statistician and Data Scientist

Email: klemzouji@gmail.com

Mr. Khalid Lemzouji is a senior statistician and data scientist. Khalid has 12 years of experience in environmental, public health, and engineering statistics. Khalid is an accredited professional statistician from the Statistical Society of Canada and the American Statistical Association. Khalid has double bachelor in chemical engineering and statistics, and a master in statistics/biostatistics, from University of Alberta.

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Mr. Khalid Lemzouji brings a wealth of statistical experience to the Chemistry Matters team. He has 12 years of experience in environmental, public health, and engineering statistics. Khalid is skilled in using statistical and machine learning tools to transform data to knowledge. The knowledge is used for informed decision making by environmental scientists, cardiac surgeons and engineers.

Khalid is an accredited professional statistician from the Statistical Society of Canada (P.Stat) and the American Statistical Association (PStat®). Khalid has double bachelor in chemical engineering and statistics, and a master in statistics/biostatistics from University of Alberta.

Khalid’s areas of expertise are:

  • Environmental statistics: sampling design, field survey and statistical modeling for environmental impact assessment, baseline monitoring and compliance of surface water monitoring, hydrogeology, hydrology, soil, contaminated soil, geophysics, air, fish and wildlife. Clients include: US Fish and Wildlife, AER, Alberta Environment, Suncor, Shell, Imperial, Nexen.
  • Public health statistics and epidemiology: sampling design, statistical modeling and machine learning for public health studies. Client includes Mazankowski Alberta Heart institute (Division of Cardiac Surgery), and HIV Edmonton.
  • Engineering statistics: sampling design, statistical modeling, and predictive analytics automation for Enbridge pipeline leaks and facilities assets failures (i.e. reliability)

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