Guido Consonni is Professor of Statistics at the University of Pavia, Italy where he has taught courses on Data analysis, Statistical inference and Bayesian statistics.
He is an expert of Bayesian statistical methodology.
His current research topics include:
Non-local priors for model comparison; Asymptotic risk of consistent model-selector estimators;
Priors and model choice for decomposable graphical models; Intrinsic priors for hypothesis testing.
He is the author of about 40 scientific papers, and he has published among others in: Annals of Statistics, Journal of the Royal Statistical Society Series B, Biometrika, Journal of the American Statistical Association, Scandinavian Journal of Statistics and Statistica Sinica.
He is an Associate Editor of Bayesian Analysis and Statistics Surveys, and was previously an AE of of TEST. He regularly acts as a referee for major international statistics journals.
He has acted as referee on research projects for several institutions, including: MUR-CIVR (Italy), Israeli Science Foundation, National Science Foundation (USA), DG Research-European Commission.
Since 2001 he has been principal investigator and coordinator of four consecutive national research projects.
Since 2004 he is Co-director of the Applied Bayesian Statistics School.
He is a member of the Italian Statist. Soc., Royal Statist. Soc., Bernoulli Society for Mathematical Statistics and Probability; Inst. Math. Statist., Am. Statist. Ass. He is an elected member of the International Statistical Institute.