Research Analyst II
Translational Medicine, Division of Medical and Population Health Sciences Education and Research
Office: VH 246-D
Languages spoken: English and French
As a research analyst, Chrisnel Lamy manages databases and uses advanced statistical and spatial analysis software to conduct study randomization and sampling techniques. Lamy has an in-depth understanding of multivariate mathematical statistics, probability, programming mathematics, sampling theory, forecasting, and econometric theory.
He has previously contributed academically as an adjunct and associate professor at NOVA University, Miami Dade College, Barry University, and Florida Memorial University.
MS, Applied Math, and Statistics, Stonybrook University, NY, 2011
- Huang, C., Li, K., Fleur, R.S. et al. Family-based analysis of a myocardial infarction endophenotype: comparison of sampling designs. BMC Proc 3, S120 (2009). https://doi.org/10.1186/1753-6561-3-S7-S120