Greg Ryslik graduated summa cum laude from Rutgers College and Rutgers Business School with a triple major in mathematics, computer science and finance. He then went on to complete a Masters degree in statistics from Columbia University as well as a PhD in biostatistics from Yale University.
He has extensive experience as a teacher and a tutor, and has given talks in the United States and internationally. In the fall of 2011, Gregory was one of a select few to be chosen to participate in UCLA’s prestigious Institute for Pure and Applied Mathematics. In academia, he has helped students learn categorical data analysis, design & analysis of epidemiological models, longitudinal data analysis, introduction to statistics and calculus. He is currently an Adjunct Assistant Professor with the statistics department at the Pennsylvania State University.
During his career, he has co-founded several companies, published an actuarial textbook and has worked both on Wall Street and in Biotech. He has written several publicly available bioinformatics software packages and is an author of numerous scientific publications in journals such as Nature and BMC Bioinformatics. More recently he led the Data Science team for Service at Tesla Motors and currently is the Head of Data Science and Analytics at Faraday Future.