Elizabeth Cox, MA, MS
Professional Research Assistant
office: Fulginiti Pavilion - Room 201
Elizabeth Cox received an MA in Economics and an MS in Applied Mathematics from the University of Colorado Denver in 2022. Her research focused on studying the public health effects of drinking water
quality and methods in portfolio optimization. Before this, Elizabeth received her B.A.S. from Colorado State University in Economics and Mathematics.
Elizabeth has a diverse background in quantitative strategies, including frequentist and Bayesian statistics, machine learning, and econometrics. Her research interests focus on the use of statistical tools to draw
useful inferences as it relates to the public health and the improvement of communities as it relates to public policy.