Mathematics, Computer Science & Statistics Department Todd Iverson, Ph.D. Department Chair - Mathematics, Computer Science, and Statistics, Mathematics, Compter Science, and Statistics - Associate Professor (507) 457-1575 email@example.com Todd Iverson is an Assistant Professor of Mathematics and Statistics at Saint Mary's University of Minnesota. Todd was an Instructor at Saint Mary’s from 1999-2003. After completing a Ph.D. in statistics from Colorado State, Todd returned to Saint Mary’s in 2008. His professional interests include statistical education, machine learning with support vector machines, and fiducial statistical methods. Personal interests include golf, sports, computer gaming, and hiking. Contact Information Telephone: 507-457-1575 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Education Ph.D, Statistics, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO, 2008 M.S. Statistics, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO, 2004 B.S., Mathematics, Mankato State University, Mankato, MN, 1993 Scholarly and Creative Interest Machine Learning with Support Vector Machines Fiducial Inference for Discrete Distributions Statistical Education Additional Teaching Experience 1999-2003: Instructor, Department of Mathematics, Saint Mary's University of Minnesota, Winona, MN Professional Experience 2011: NSF TUES Panel Reviewer 2009 – 2010: Project NExT Fellow, Mathematical Association of America Honors 2005: The Boes Award for Teaching Excellence, Colorado State University, CO 2005: James L.M. Leslie and Edna Madison Award, Outstanding graduate students in Statistics, Colorado State University, CO 2004: Greybill Award in Linear Models, Outstanding linear model students, Colorado State University, CO Selected Publications Iverson, Todd; Iyer, Hari; Ben-Hur, Asa (2010). Predicting the Risk of Type 2 Diabetes Using Insurance Claims Data. Proceedings of Predictive Models in Personalized Medicine Workshop, NIPS 2010. Iverson, Todd and Iyer, Hari (2007). Investigations Concerning Applicability of Datamining Procedures to Medical Databases. Technical Report #2007/6. CSU Statistics.