Brian Lucena

Brian Lucena

Senior Data Scientist at Metis

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Location:
79 Madison Avenue, New York City, New York, United States
Company:
Metis
HQ Phone:
(727) 237-8817

General Information

Experience

Chief Mathematician  - Guardian Analytics Inc

Education

A.B.  - Harvard

BA  - Harvard College

MS Degree  - Applied Mathematics , Brown University

Ph.D.  - Brown

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Brian Lucena
Senior Data Scientist Brian is passionate about using data science to improve healthcare and enrich people's lives. Brian comes to Metis from PCCI where he led a team of data scientists building real-time predictive models for clinical decision support. Before that he was Chief Mathematician at Guardian Analytics, where he pioneered the development of fraud detection algorithms based on Bayesian behavioral modeling. He has an A.B. from Harvard and a Ph.D. from Brown, and has held teaching and research positions at the University of Washington, UC-Berkeley, and the American University in Cairo. He enjoys biking, swimming, traveling, and poker.

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Brian Lucena
Sr. Data Scientist Brian is passionate about using data science to improve healthcare and enrich people's lives. Brian comes to Metis from PCCI where he led a team of data scientists building real-time predictive models for clinical decision support. Before that he was Chief Mathematician at Guardian Analytics, where he pioneered the development of fraud detection algorithms based on Bayesian behavioral modeling. He has an A.B. from Harvard and a Ph.D. from Brown, and has held teaching and research positions at the University of Washington, UC-Berkeley, and the American University in Cairo. He enjoys biking, swimming, traveling, and poker.

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Brian Lucena, Senior Data Scientist, Metis
Brian Lucena is currently a Senior Data Scientist at Metis, where he teaches data science bootcamps and conducts corporate training. He previously was the Senior VP of Analytics at PCCI where he led a team of data scientists building real-time predictive models for clinical decision support. Before that he was Chief Mathematician at Guardian Analytics, where he pioneered the development of fraud detection algorithms based on Bayesian behavioral modeling. He has an A.B. from Harvard and a Ph.D. from Brown, and has held teaching and research positions at the University of Washington, UC-Berkeley, and the American University in Cairo.

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