Noel Mohberg is a biostatistician and mathematical epidemiologist who grew up in North Dakota, was educated at North Dakota State, Virginia Tech, and the U of North Carolina. He served as a US Public Health Service Officer assigned to the National Cancer Institute in Bethesda, worked in rocket science at Sandia National Labs in Albuquerque, and then spent forty odd years working, managing, and consulting in pharmaceutical research and development.
Noel and his wife BJ have a daughter Amber and a son Russell. Amber and her husband have two remarkable and talented kids. Russell has a charming wife and a fine son.
Noel is a has been member of the American Statistical Association, the Biometrics Society, the Society for Clinical Trials, the Drug Information Association, and the American Association of Dull People.
His previous publications include articles and chapters in scientific and medical journals such as the Drug Information Journal, Statistics in Medicine, the Journal of Irreproducible Results, The American Journal of Medical Science, and Computation and Simulation. He wrote a book titled, “Once You’ve Skinned the Cat, What Do You Do with the Pelt?” and another book titled “Management of Mousetrap R&D”.