Emma McCoy is the Deputy Head of Department and a Professor of Statistics at Imperial College London. She has acted as a mathematics subject expert for discussions on reform of the KS4 qualifications and the KS3/4 National Curriculum. At an institutional level, she currently chairs the Imperial College Programmes Committee, which considers proposals for new and major modifications to all Imperial undergraduate and Master’s level taught programmes of study.
At a Departmental Level, in 2007, she established the first Undergraduate Ambassadors Scheme to run at Imperial, which places third year undergraduate students in a number of local secondary schools for half a day a week for a term. Her research interests include Time Series, Wavelets and Causal Inference, with a particular interest in transport studies.