Kenneth Alper, M.D.
Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Neurology New York University
School of Medicine
I originally sought out Peter to help with a Neurological case control study in which reviewers had suggested further analysis utilizing multivariate methods. I sought out Peter on the basis of his positive word of mouth recommendations from colleagues at NDRI and NYU Brain Research Labs.
Peter and I worked collaboratively with the salutary result of acceptance of the publication in Annals of Neurology, which is generally regarded as the most prestigious publishing venue in the field (Peter–provide the cite).
I believe that one gets the best results from a statistician by making the basic clinical content of the questions being addressed to the data understood to the statistician, and Peter was receptive and quick on the uptake in this regard. Peter was able to provide intuitively understandable descriptions of what he was doing and why.
Peter’s temperament was agreeable and he dealt with my torrent of questions with patience and prompt responses. I have subsequently referred Peter to other colleagues whose feedback has been positive, and I continue to use his services.
Plus, Peter speaks fluent SAS.