John D. Cook, Ph.D.

I use mathematics to solve real-world problems, often in combination with software development, project management, and writing clear English prose.

Here are some of the hats I've worn.

Consultant: I consult with companies in statistics, mathematical modeling, and software development. My clients have ranged from solo entrepreneurs to some of the largest biotech and software companies in the world. Please contact me to discuss how I could help your company.

Teacher: I taught mathematics at The University of Texas at Austin and Vanderbilt University. I also taught statistics at the UT Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences.

Statistician: I've published papers that have come out of solving problems in the design and conduct of clinical trials, and I've developed software to make innovative statistical methodologies practical.

Software developer: I have developed software for business and scientific applications, from user interfaces down to microcode.

Manager: I managed software development for the Department of Biostatistics at M. D. Anderson Cancer Center for several years, growing the development team from 3 to around 20 developers. I also served on the board of trustees of a private school for several years.

Writer: I enjoy writing English prose as well as software. Here are some things I've written:

Please contact me if you would like my detailed CV.


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