Daniel Fuhrmann, Ph.D.
Dr. Fuhrmann serves as a Statistician in the Center for Applied Behavioral Health Research. As a Statistician he is responsible for assisting with data management, statistical analysis, grant and report writing, and publication and presentation preparation. He also provides consultation to scientists on methodology, statistics, software and technology that pertain to their research activities. Dr. Fuhrmann teaches workshops and graduate-level courses in SAS Programming and Applied Statistics at UWM. Before coming to Milwaukee, he completed his Intermediate Diploma in Business Administration and Economics at the University of Potsdam (Germany). He earned both a master of arts and a Ph.D. in Economics with a specialization in Health and Applied Microeconomics at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.