Ken Rice

Professor, Biostatistics

Box 357232

Seattle, WA -


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


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