Justin Silverman is an Assistant Professor in the College of Information Science and Technology at Penn State University. Justin completed both an MD and PhD at Duke University. His PhD work was done under the mentorship of Dr. Lawrence David and Dr. Sayan Mukherjee. Justin’s dissertation work focused on longitudinal modeling and experimental design of host-associated microbiota surveys.
In his free time Justin enjoys exploring the outdoors (backpacking, canoing, rock climbing), creating puzzles, or simply relaxing by Jordan Lake with his wife (Rachel) and their dog (Gauss). Justin and Rachel also maintain a blog statsathome.com.
PhD in Computational Biology and Bioinformatics, 2019
BS in Physics and Biophysics, 2011
Johns Hopkins University
Apr 2, 2019, 3rd Workshop on Statistical and Algorithmic Challenges in Microbiome Data Analysis
Mar 28, 2019, IST Research Talk at Penn State
Oct 10, 2018, Fall Seminar Series, CCMB at Brown University
Aug 23, 2018, Seminar Series in the Center of Statistical Genetics in the Department of Biostatistics at the University of Michigan
Jul 29, 2018, JSM 2018
Apr 4, 2018, University of Pennsylvania Statistics Seminar Series
Mar 25, 2018, ENAR 2018 Spring Meeting
Jun 9, 2017, CoDAWork 2017