Albert Vexler, PhD, is an established theoretical and applied biostatistician, professor and researcher.
The foundations for his research consist of three primary domains. “The first area revolves around developing new and novel biostatistical tools, as well as developing cutting-edge statistical theory,” he said. “The second component consists of my collaborative work in applied statistics, biostatistics and epidemiology. The third key aspect of my research involves my effort towards organizing and participating in various research groups, which range from the inclusion of first-year students to senior investigators. I collaborate extensively with NIH investigators evaluating practical aspects of new biomarker methodologies.”
Vexler also has extensive experience in developing likelihood methodology and theoretical investigations with a focus on empirical likelihood methodology applications to test various hypotheses based on complete or incomplete data.
He has documented his research efforts in numerous academic journals.