Eric Laber Receives Alumni Award

September 23, 2016:ELABER

Congratulations to Eric Laber, associate professor of statistics at North Carolina State University, recipient of The Methodology Center 2016 Distinguished Alumni Award. Eric develops methods for data-driven decision making. He applies his work in a broad variety of ways including precision medicine, artificial intelligence, adaptive conservation, and the management of infectious diseases.

Eric was a research assistant at The University of Michigan’s Institute for Social Research from 2008-2011 where he worked with Susan Murphy and was a Methodology Center trainee. During his time at Michigan, he worked on developing the sequential, multiple assignment, randomized trial (SMART), and assisted in the development of PROC Qlearn. Eric has published 34 peer-reviewed articles, nine first-authored. Eric is also the recipient of North Carolina State University’s 2015-16 Cavell Brownie Mentoring Award for his creative mentoring of graduate and undergraduate statistics students.

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