Tatevik Sekhposyan is an Associate Professor of Macroeconomics at the Texas A&M University. She has earned her PhD from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2010. She has previously worked at the Bank of Canada prior to joining the Department of Economics in 2014. Her research primarily focuses on developing methods for model evaluation, with particular emphasis on inference in the context of time variation. Her most recent work aims at assessing the validity of the distributional assumptions embedded in macroeconomic models. These methods can be further extended to understand and characterize uncertainty, an area of research that has become increasingly important after the most recent financial crisis. She also works on analyzing and formulating high-dimensional data models. She currently serves as an Associate Editor of the Journal of Applied Econometrics and is on the executive committee of the Society of Non-Linear Dynamics and Econometrics.