Daniel L. Klein

I'm a Ph.D. candidate in the Division of Applied Mathematics at Brown University in Matt Harrison's group. My research is focused on understanding when conventional statistical inference fails in settings with extreme imbalance/sparsity and using conditional inference to overcome this problem.

I did my undergraduate work at Williams College, earning a BA in Biology and Mathematics, with departmental honors in Biology. Before attending grad school, I worked at TransForm Pharmaceuticals, Inc., a JNJ company focused on drug development using laboratory automation.

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