Kenneth Rice

Professor, Biostatistics


Box 357232

, WA -

206-616-6174
kenrice@uw.edu

Research Interests

Statistical methods for genetic epidemiology and other high-throughput settings; cardiovascular epidemiology; Bayesian methods, particularly connections between Bayesian and classical techniques; meta-analysis; measurement error adjustment

Education

PhD Biostatistics, Cambridge University (UK), 2001

BA Mathematics, Cambridge University (UK), 1995

In the News

Breakthrough study identifies 535 genes that influence blood pressure
SPH News, 09/28/2018

SPH biostatistician named a Fellow of the American Statistical Association
SPH News, 06/12/2018

SPH researchers take part in largest-ever genetic study of stroke
SPH News, 04/02/2018

Global Study Reveals New Hypertension and Blood Pressure Genes
SPH News, 10/28/2016

UW Biostatistics Students Recognized at Regional Competition
SPH News, 07/26/2016

Whole Genome Sequence and Human Traits
Nature Genetics, 06/16/2013