Bryan is a Statistics PhD candidate at the University of Washington, where his research focuses on statistical methods development applied to microbiome data. He also enjoys working with collaborators to apply statistical techniques to problems in the areas of racial and social justice. Bryan loves the broad applications of statistics to other disciplines, and enjoys teaching statistical literacy and best practices to non-statisticians. Bryan obtained his B.A. from Macalester College, where he worked on his honors thesis with Professor Addona.