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Don Berry (statistician)

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Nationality  American
Education  Yale University
Role  Statistician

Name  Don Berry
Alma mater  Yale University
Fields  Mathematics
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Institutions  University of Minnesota Duke University University of Texas
Doctoral students  Ronald Christensen Murray Clayton Lurdes Inoue Steven MacEachern
Doctoral advisor  Joseph Born Kadane, Leonard Jimmie Savage
Books  Bandit problems, Statistics: A Bayesian Perspective, Bayesian Adaptive Methods f, Instructor's resource manual fo, Study Guide for Berry and

Donald Arthur Berry (born 1940) is a statistician and one of the proponents of Bayesian statistics. He was the chairman of the Department of Biostatistics and Applied Mathematics at the University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center from 1999-2010, where he played a role in the use of Bayesian methods to develop innovative, adaptive clinical trials. He is a fellow of the American Statistical Association and the Institute of Mathematical Sciences. He founded Berry Consultants, a statistical consulting group, with Scott Berry in 2000.

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