Arnold M. Saxton
Professor, University of Tennessee
Arnold M. Saxton earned an MS in fish genetics at the University of Washington at Seattle before continuing PhD studies in animal breeding at North Carolina State University. It was at NCSU in 1980 that he ran his first SAS program, and he has actively used SAS ever since for statistical and genetic analyses. Having served on the faculty of the Experimental Statistics Department at Louisiana State University for a few years, Dr. Saxton moved to the University of Tennessee where he is now a professor of animal science. A long-term goal is to develop realistic models of complex traits, with direct benefits to agriculture and human medicine.
By This Author
- Rick Wicklin is a principal researcher in computational statistics at SAS, where he develops and supports the IML procedure and the SAS/IML Studio application.
- Ron Cody, EdD, a retired professor from the Robert Wood Johnson Medical School now works as a private consultant and a national instructor for SAS Institute.
- Susan Slaughter discovered SAS software in graduate school at North Carolina State University.
- Rebecca A. Ottesen first learned SAS as a student at California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, where she now teaches.