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tom mcandrew

I am a computational scientist working at the intersection of biostatistics and data science. I build novel ensemble algorithms to combine computational models, and expert and non-expert human judgment, of infectious disease agents to support public health decision making. In industry, I spent time as Associate Director of Biostatistics at the Cardiovascular Research Foundation, leading a team of biostatisticians that designed and analyzed multinational clinical trials. For more information visit my website:


  • University of Vermont, Ph.D. Mathematical Sciences
  • Georgetown University, M.S. Biostatistics
  • University of Scranton, B.S. Biomathematics

Areas of Research/Publications:

Infectious disease forecasting, ensemble algorithms, combination forecasting, and human judgment

Recent Publications

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Popular repositories

  1. A repository of the data and code used for aggregating expert predictions of COVID19

    Python 12

  2. Python 1

  3. Forked from mhc-stat340-f2019-sec02/simpleMultiplePolynomial

    Lab on Simple, Multiple, Polynomial Reg.

    R 1

  4. Forked from reichlab/

    The website for the Reich Lab @ UMass-Amherst.


  5. Forked from FluSightNetwork/cdc-flusight-ensemble

    Guidelines and forecasts for a collaborative U.S. influenza forecasting project.


250 contributions in the last year

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Contribution activity

May 2022

Created a pull request in cdcepi/Flusight-forecast-data that received 2 comments


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Opened 16 other pull requests in 1 repository
cdcepi/Flusight-forecast-data 16 merged

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