Sam Ozminkowski

330 North Orchard Street, Room 3165A-2
Madison WI 53715
Preferred pronouns: he/him/his
Joined WID: 2021

Bayesian regression for inference of relationships between microbiome and variables of interest


Sam Ozminkowski is a masters student in Statistics and a research assistant in the Solis-Lemus lab. He grew up in southeastern Michigan and earned his bachelors in computer science from the University of Michigan. Before starting at UW-Madison, Sam worked in the health IT industry as a software developer.


BS, Computer Science, University of Michigan - Ann Arbor

Research Description

Sam's research focuses on exploring the relationships between the microbiome and variables of interest. Specifically, he is working on developing Bayesian frameworks to capture the relationship between the microbiome phylogenetic network and external (to the microbiome) variables.