ACADEMICS

Elizabeth Gilbert

Assistant Professor

I graduated with a B.S. in Mathematics and an M.S. in Applied Statistics from Villanova University, along with a Ph.D. in Statistics from Temple University. At Worcester State University, I currently teach MA180: Introduction to Functions, MA150: Statistics I, and MA302: Probability and Statistics.

Education

2011-2016
Temple University
Statistics
Ph.D.
2010-2011
Villanova University
Applied Statistics
MS
2006-2010
Villanova University
Mathematics
BS
Skills Mathematics Statistics

Publications

  • Papers
Papers
On the use of summary comorbidity measures for prognosis and survival treatment estimation Read More

Courses

MA180

Introduction to Functions


3 credits
MA150

Statistics I


3 credits
MA302

Probability and Statistics


3 credits