Following graduation at Rose, I picked up an M.S. from the University of Minnesota and spent 3
years teaching mathematics & statistics at the University of Wisconsin - Platteville. I returned to Minnesota and
received a Ph.D. in Statistics. In my early years at Eli Lilly, I provided statistical consulting for their oncology
portfolio. I helped design clinical trials that were instrumental in the registration of a pancreas cancer drug.
Since the mid-90's, most of my work has been in the area of Decision Sciences. In this capacity, I consult with the
R&D executives to help them make decisions on the portfolio of new molecules in the company's pipeline.