UNDERGRAD RESEARCH

Dr. Nathan Tintle

Background: Since completing his Ph.D. in 2005, Dr. Tintle has been the primary mentor for more than 60 undergraduate students in extended summer and/or academic year research projects in statistics, with the bulk of these students conducting research in statistical genetics and biostatistics. Dr. Tintle collaborates with numerous research groups around the United States and has received numerous federal and private grants to fund his research and awards for his research and mentoring of undergraduate students. Additionally, he has published numerous peer-reviewed papers. Details are in his cv.

Personal: Dr. Tintle is happily married and has three boys, ages 8, 6, and 18 months, who bring him much joy. Here is his homepage where you can learn more about him and his family.