You are here

Nicholas Lytal

Contact:

Email: njlytal@
email.arizona.edu

Office Location ENR2 S370BB

Office Hours
Mon: 3-4 PM
Tues: 1-2 PM
Wed: 4-5 PM

Welcome!

I am a 2nd year graduate student in the University of Arizona's Graduate Interdisciplinary Program in Statistics. My current research interests are in metagenomics and bioinformatics.

In addition to my current studies, I have taught three semesters of College Algebra (MATH 112) and I am currently teaching Introductory Statistics and Biostatistics (MATH 263) as a Graduate Teaching Associate. I also currently assist with the Tucson Math Circle, held Thursdays 4:30-6 PM in ENR2 S395

Teaching

Current Courses

MATH 263 - Introduction to Statistics and Biostatistics. Spring 2016

Past Courses

MATH 112 - College Algebra. Fall 2014, Spring 2015, Summer 2015, Fall 2015

Research

I am currently part of Dr. Lingling An's Statistical Bioinformatics Group, which can be found here. My current pursuits involve single-cell sequencing, its potential applications, and statistical improvements in existing methods.

 

Last updated 17 Feb 2016