Statistical Data Analyst II
Benjamin Saef is a Statistical Data Analyst in support of various projects under the umbrella of the Memory and Aging Project (MAP). He completed his Master’s in Science in Biostatistics at Washington University’s School of Medicine (WUSM) in 2012 specializing in statistical genetics. He has since worked as a data analyst and bioinformatics specialist in support of many projects across labs in WUSM and at National Jewish Health investigating adiposity, cardiovascular, neurodegenerative, and upper-respiratory diseases. Saef joined the lab in summer of 2021 under Schindler and currently performs data analysis, figure creation and data handling related to late-onset sporadic Alzheimer disease biomarkers.
When not working Saef likes learning new languages, cooking, playing video games, reading and visiting botanic gardens.