Faculty and Lecturers

Senior Faculty

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Daniel Rabinowitz

Professor

Office: Room 1014 SSW
Phone: 212-851-2141
Email: dan@stat.columbia.edu
Program(s): Full-Time Faculty, Senior Faculty, Statistics Department

Research Interests: Statistical methods for clinical and genetic epidemiology.


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Visiting Professors

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Junior Faculty, Tenure Track

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Cynthia Rush

Assistant Professor

Office: Room 1009 SSW
Email: cgr2130@columbia.edu
Program(s): Junior Faculty, Tenure Track, Statistics Department
Website: http://www.columbia.edu/~cgr2130/

Research Interests: Information Theory, Machine Learning, High-dimensional Statistics, Message Passing Algorithms, Signal Processing


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Junior Faculty, Non-Tenure Track

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Lecturers in Discipline

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Joyce Robbins

Lecturer in Discipline

Email: jtr13@columbia.edu
Program(s): Lecturer in Discipline, Statistics Department
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Affiliated Faculty

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Adjunct Faculty

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Kamiar Rad Rahnama

Adjunct Assistant Professor

Email: kr2248@columbia.edu
Program(s): Adjunct Faculty, Statistics Department
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Franz Herbert Rembart

Adjunct Assisant Professor

Email: fhr2111@columbia.edu
Program(s): Adjunct Faculty, Statistics Department

PhD, University of Oxford, 2016

Applied Probability Theory & Statistics

Franz Rembart is a Principal at Boston Consulting Group (BCG), where he focuses on digitization and data science topics in Financial Services & Insurance, and the Public/Social Impact Sector. His academic research interests include random tree growth processes, operations on continuum random trees and related fields. An illustrative example of his work would be “Recursive construction of continuum random trees,” with Matthias Winkel, The Annals of Probability 2018/19. Franz received his PhD in Applied Probability Theory & Statistics from the University of Oxford in 2016. During his studies, he was a Stipendiary Lecturer at the renowned Christ Church, Oxford. He holds a Masters’ degree in Mathematical Finance and Actuarial Science and a Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics (both with a minor in Economics) from the Technical University Munich.


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Adjunct Assistant Professor

David Rios

Adjunct Assistant Professor

Office: Room 610 Watson, 6th floor
Phone: 212-851-0708
Email: dar27@columbia.edu
Program(s): Adjunct Faculty, Statistics Department
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