Wade Copeland, MS, is a biostatistician with the Methods Core at Partnerships for Native Health. He supports studies at all stages by providing expertise in statistical methods and analytic support. He holds a BS in mathematics and an MS in statistics, both from the University of Idaho. Before working at Partnerships for Native Health, Wade was a biostatistician at the Fred Hutchison Cancer Research Center, specializing in high-dimensional data analysis. Outside of work, he enjoys collecting fountain pens. His favorite pen in his collection is a Pilot Custom 74 and his grail pen is the bronze age Visconti-Homosapiens.