Daniel Zelterman PhD
Professor of Public Health (Biostatistics)
Professor Zelterman's research interests are centered in applied
statistics. He is the Co-Director of the Biostatistics Core at the
Cancer Center and is Co-Director of the Methodology and Biostatistics
Core of the Center
for Interdisciplinary Research in AIDS (CIRA). He is a consultant to the pharmaceutical industry and serves as an Adviser to the Food and Drug Administration.
His research covers survival analysis, clinical trial design, modeling of cancer mechanisms, and discrete distributions. His interests in cancer epidemiology and genetics have brought him to examine the analysis of pedigrees, familial clusters of disease, and similar computationally intensive statistical methods. He is the author of five books on the statistical analysis of discrete data and associate editor of five scientific journals. He is an elected fellow of the American Statistical Association.
In his spare time, he enjoys backpacking and plays bassoon in several community orchestras.
- AIDS Research
Saint Petersburg, Russia(2013)
Collaborate with investigators in St. Petersburg through CIRA.
Education & Training
- Yale University (1983)
- US FDA