Alison Motsinger-Reif

Associate Professor of Statistics

North Carolina State University

The primary goal of Motsinger-Rief's research is the development of computational methods to detect genetic risk factors of common, complex traits in human populations. She focuses on the development of methods to detect complex predictive models in high-throughput genomic data. She recently published “Metabolic network failures in Alzheimer’s disease: A biochemical road map.” Alzheimers and Dementia 13:965-984, 2017. Information about her other publications can be found online.

Associate Professor of Statistics

North Carolina State University

The primary goal of Motsinger-Rief's research is the development of computational methods to detect genetic risk factors of common, complex traits in human populations. She focuses on the development of methods to detect complex predictive models in high-throughput genomic data. She recently published “Metabolic network failures in Alzheimer’s disease: A biochemical road map.” Alzheimers and Dementia 13:965-984, 2017. Information about her other publications can be found online.