David Gerard Asst Professor Department of Mathematics & Statistics
- Ph.D. Statistics, University of Washington, June 2015.
M.S. Statistics, The Ohio State University, June 2012.
B.S. Mathematics, The Ohio State University, June 2010.
B.S. Molecular Genetics, The Ohio State University, June 2010.
- David obtained a bachelor's in Mathematics and Molecular Genetics, followed by a master's in Statistics at The Ohio State University before pursuing a PhD in Statistics at the University of Washington. There, he studied multivariate analysis of tensor-formatted datasets under Peter Hoff. Following his PhD, he worked with Matthew Stephens at the University of Chicago as a postdoctoral scholar, studying RNA-seq differential expression analysis in the presence of unobserved batch effects. He started his position at American University in 2018. There, he has developed a growing interest in polyploid genetics, where there are a lot of potential uses of hierarchical modeling and multivariate analysis.
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