Reka Howard is an assistant professor of Statistics at University of Nebraska-Lincoln. She received a PhD in Statistics and Plant Breeding from Iowa State University. Her research interests are in developing statistical methods for genomic prediction, and the application of statistical methods in plant breeding. Her recent work focuses on the optimization of statistical methods for genomic prediction, and model development for genotype by environmental interaction for genomic prediction. Dr. Howard teaches statistical methods for MS and PhD students in agronomy, animal science, engineering and related fields.
- Ph D, Iowa State University, 2016
- STAT 801, Statistical Methods in Research, Fall 2016
- STAT 802, Design and Analysis of Research Studies, Spring 2017
- STAT 850, Computing Tools for Statisticians, Fall 2017