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A Statistician's Life, Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month »

[1 Sep 2020 | Comments Off on Adriana Pérez | ]

Adriana Pérez fell in love with biostatistics after visiting Cenicafe. She was affected by how the analyses of experimental designs helped determine the best fertilizers, worms, and plantain trees to help the coffee trees, which then benefit the lives of the coffee growers. As a professor in the department of biostatistics and data science at the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, she has taught more than 1,950 students.