Elizabeth Lorenzi

I am a fifth year PhD student at Duke University's Department of Statistical Science. I am advised by Katherine Heller and Fan Li, working on machine learning and causal inference methods for health care applications. I am currently the Duke's Forge Health Data Science inaugural doctoral fellow.

Prior to coming to Duke, I completed my Masters in Statistical Practice from Carnegie Mellon University's Department of Statistics. During my masters, I worked with Rebecca Nugent and Nema Dean on visualizing mixture model components and high dimensional density estimates using hierarchical clustering. In addition, I received a B.S. from Carnegie Mellon in Statistics and Economics, graduating with college and university honors.