Dr. Kary Myers

Kary Myers is a scientist in the Statistical Sciences group at Los Alamos National Laboratory (www.stat.lanl.gov) and the deputy director for data science of the Information Science and Technology Institute (isti.lanl.gov). With an AT&T Labs Fellowship, she earned her PhD from Carnegie Mellon's Statistics Department and her MS from their Machine Learning Department. At Los Alamos she's been involved with projects examining electromagnetic measurements, large scale computer simulations, and chemical spectra from the Mars Science Laboratory Curiosity Rover. She serves as an associate editor for the Annals of Applied Statistics and the Journal of Quantitative Analysis in Sports, and she created and organizes CoDA, the Conference on Data Analysis (cnls.lanl.gov/coda).