Biostatistics, genetics, medicine, open science
I’m a biostatistician in Madison, Wisconsin, USA.
I graduated in May 2019 with a Ph.D. in statistics from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
My research is in statistical methods for systems genetics studies. In this setting, my colleagues and
I developed a hypothesis test of pleiotropy vs. separate QTL
in multiparental populations. We implemented our methods in the software package
I previously earned B.S. (2001) and M.D. (2007) degrees from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. I worked as a statistician with the Value-Added Research Center and the Genetics Coordinating Center.
Vitruvian mouse image is used with permission from David Deen (http://daviddeen.com/).