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Susan P Holmes (Professor)

Susan P Holmes (650) 725-1925
Personal bio
Susan Holmes was trained in the South of France in computational statistics and data analysis. After teaching at Harvard, MIT and Cornell, she joined the Stanford faculty in 1998. Her main themes of research are pattern searching in microbiology, immunology and other areas of biology. She likes to work with large messy data sets and solves puzzles as a hobby.

Currently teaching
BIOS 221: Modern Statistics for Modern Biology (Summer)
STATS 155: Statistical Methods in Computational Genetics (Autumn)
STATS 303: PhD First Year Student Workshop (Autumn, Winter, Spring)
STATS 366: Modern Statistics for Modern Biology (Summer)
THINK 3: Breaking Codes, Finding Patterns (Autumn)
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