B.A. Mathematics - University of Chicago
M.S. Statistics -University of North Carolina Chapel Hill
Diana is a statistician with experience in the fields of genetics and toxicology across government and academia. Previously, she served as a statistician at the Institute of Genomic Medicine at Columbia University where she led the effort to quantitatively model mutation driven phenotypes on in-vitro assays. At the US EPA, she built statistical models of neurotoxicity. Diana holds an MS in Statistics from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.