Sam Cohen is an Associate Professor in the mathematical Institute in Oxford, senior research fellow at New College, Oxford, and an associate member of the Oxford Man Institute for Quantitative Finance. Before Oxford he was a student in mathematics at the University of Adelaide. Sam’s research interests are at the interaction between data science, statistics, probability theory and stochastic analysis, economics and finance, and optimal decision making. He is particularly interested in understanding the role of statistical information in decisions, and how to address the inconsistent behaviours that this entails.