Anthony Scotina

Assistant Professor of Statistics
  • Mathematics, Computing, and Statistics

About Me

Anthony Scotina is an Assistant Professor of Statistics. His research interests are in causal inference with a focus on design and analysis of observational studies with multiple treatments or interventions. Current areas of application include evaluating the cardiovascular safety of second-line treatment regimens for type 2 diabetes mellitus. He is also interested in sports analytics, and in integrating R programming in introductory statistics and data science courses. You can learn more about him at

Anthony Scotina's Curriculum Vitae