Methodologies: Biology Applications, Data, Statistics and Stochastic Methods, Numerical Analysis and Methodologies, Uncertainty Quantification

Andrew Brouwer

Assistant Research Scientist, Epidemiology


School of Public Health

Andrew Brouwer is an Assistant Research Scientist in the Department of Epidemiology at the University of Michigan. He earned his PhD in applied and interdisciplinary mathematics (2015) at the University of Michigan; he also has an MA in statistics and an MS in environmental science and engineering. Andrew is a mathematical epidemiologist whose research focuses on mathematical and statistical modeling for public health, particularly models of infectious disease and cancer. Rigorous consideration of parameter identifiability, parameter estimation, and uncertainty quantification are underlying themes in Andrew’s work.