Research & Publications
Erich Greene is a biostatistician and statistical programmer at the Yale Center for Analytical Sciences (YCAS). Prior to joining YCAS, he spent more than a decade as the primary fMRI data analyst and programmer at the Yale Memory and Cognition Laboratory. He holds a master's in physics from Cornell, a doctorate in psychology from Princeton, and a fondness for the serial comma.
Education & Training
- PhDPrinceton University, Psychology (2003)
- MAPrinceton University, Psychology (1997)
- MSCornell University, Physics (1995)
- ABPrinceton University, Physics (1991)