Brian Reich

Brian Reich completed his PhD in Biostatistics in 2005 under the direction of Jim Hodges of the University Minnesota. After graduation, he joined NCSU first as a post-doc with Montse Fuentes and then as a member of the statistics faculty in 2008. His research interests include:

In addition to these methodological interests, Brian applies these methods to environmental areas such as ecology, air pollution, and climate change, as well as data from the physical and materials sciences. For work in these areas he was awarded the 2013 Young Researcher Award from the ASA's Section on Statistics and the Environment and the 2014 NCSU Faculty Scholar Award.

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For a great illustration of spatial statistics research, check out this spatial visualization project by former NCSU statistics graduate student Josh Katz.

For information on undergraduate research in statistics at NCSU, check out the CSUMS website.

Tutorial Workshop on Parameter Estimation for Biological Models: Intro, Code and Computing assignment.