Prashant Mittal is the lead instructor in the graduate program in Analytics and Data Science at the University of New Hampshire. He teaches graduate courses in Bioinformatics, Psychometrics, Biostatistics, Health Analytics, Machine Learning, Python / R programming, Bayesian statistics, Text Mining, and applied Statistics. He also serves as a consultant for small and large corporations, hospital systems, and universities with their research and analysis. Previously he served as senior Biostatistician at the University of Southern Maine (USM) where he researched on prevalence and spread of health conditions and predictive analytics on public health research projects. He has worked on several national and regional surveillance systems and evaluation projects from institutions like CDC and Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. He is experienced with advanced multivariate statistical predictive modeling, data mining and data analysis techniques, survey weighting and methodology, and psychometric analysis.