Susan Holmes

Professor of Statistics


    Susan Holmes, Professor of Statistics at Stanford has been working in non parametric multivariate statistics applied to Biology since 1985. She has taught at MIT, Harvard and was an Associate Professor of Biometry at Cornell before moving to Stanford in 1998. Her theoretical interests include applied probability, MCMC (Monte Carlo Markov chains), Graph Limit Theory, Differential Geometry and the topology of the space of Phylogenetic Trees. Susan was trained in the French school of Data Analysis in Montpellier.