- Assistant Professor, Biostatistics
- Research Passion: Developing record linkage techniques and missing data models
- Worked: To quantify the toll of Colombia's war with rebel groups
- Fun Fact: Tied the knot in a surprise wedding ceremony last weekend
A first-generation college student from the Colombian coffee belt, Mauricio Sadinle deviated from the family business to pursue higher education. With mentorship from an unlikely pen pal, he used statistics to study human rights violations. Now, he uses statistics to improve the quality of data and to unlock data's full potential.
Read Mauricio's story on the UW School of Public Health website.