By Louis DiPietro
Weihua Li MPS ’11 always loved numbers and data, particularly the applied side – taking messy data and transforming it into meaningful... more
Professionally, Bhairav Mehta doesn’t settle.
Since graduating from Cornell University’s master of professional studies program in applied statistics in 2004... more
Jin Wook Kim earned his Master of Professional Studies in Applied Statistics from Cornell University in 2008. Today, he’s an associate professor of accounting... more
The last time we checked in with Irina Gaynanova, she was two years away from completing her PhD in statistics here.
Stephen Salerno's enthusiasm for biostatistics is unquestionable, and that passion grew out of his time at Cornell.
Ask Dr. Robert Wolpert (’72) what changed the trajectory of his career, he’ll tell you it was a Cornell course that he never actually took.
Sharma currently works as a senior consultant and actuary at Aon's Global Benefits practice.
Lauren Altman graduated from Cornell University in 2003 and currently works for a market research company.
After spending a decade as a data scientist in several industries, Yan is currently developing a healthcare startup in Silicon Valley.
It's the golden age of statistics, according to Dr. Ed George.
Sharon Lawner Weinberg is a professor of applied statistics and psychology at New York University.
For nearly 40 years now, McCulloch has witnessed the transformation in the statistics field.
"I selected the MPS program because I wanted program that would provide knowledge of practical applications of statistics."
For more than four decades, Bruce Turnbull’s expertise in the field of statistics has helped usher in discoveries in health and medicine.
Nemeckay is a statistical analyst at the Gallup Organization for both their consulting division and their World Poll.
"Cornell has played a prominent role in my professional life as a Statistician," Strawderman said.
Upon graduation, Barua joined Google as a people analyst in Mountain View.