Martin T. Wells

Charles A. Alexander Professor of Statistical Sciences
Social Statistics, ILR School/Biological Statistics and Computational Biology, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences/Biostatistics in Healthcare Policy and Research, Weill Cornell Medicine

Contact Information

1190 Comstock Hall
Cornell University
Ithaca, NY 14853
p: (607) 255-8801

Martin T. Wells

Charles A. Alexander Professor of Statistical Sciences
Social Statistics, ILR School/Biological Statistics and Computational Biology, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences/Biostatistics in Healthcare Policy and Research, Weill Cornell Medicine

Expertise
Biostatistics; Bayesian statistics; high-dimensional data analysis; statistical bioinformatics; empirical legal studies

Current Research Interests
Statistical methods in metabolomics; mass spectrum data analysis; forensic statistics; covariance estimation

Distinction
American Statistical Association Fellow
Institute of Mathematical Statistics Fellow
International Statistics Institute 

Selected Publications
Gaynanova, Irina, James G. Booth, and Martin T. Wells. “Simultaneous Sparse Estimation of Canonical Vectors in the p>>N Setting." Journal of the American Statistical Association (2015). 

Bar, Haim Y., James G. Booth, and Martin T. Wells. “A Bivariate Model for Simultaneous Testing in Bioinformatics Data.” Journal of the American Statistical Association 109, no. 506 (2014). 

Cornell Research Website Article
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