PhD in math, Stanford University, working under Sam Karlin (thesis: Statistical Methods for Protein Sequence Analysis)
Postdoctoral training in biostatistics, Johns Hopkins
Experience in industry, academics, and government
In college, winner of annual Putnam math competition for undergraduates
Tillinghast (2015), “Fast Functional Integrals with Application to Differential Equations Models.” arXiv:1504.06352v2, Statistics (Computation).
Washington and Tillinghast (2015), “Conjugating time and frequency: hemispheric specialization, acoustic uncertainty, and the mustached bat.” Frontiers in Neuroscience, vol. 9, article 143.
Cohen and others (2010), “No consistent effects of prenatal or neonatal exposure to Spanish flu on late-life mortality in 24 developed countries.” Demographic Research, vol. 22, article 20 (pp. 579-634).
Reduce the pain by using good tools
Presentation on fast functional integrals
"Methods for establishing a pathways database and performing pathway searches."
US Patent No. 7,058,650, June 2006. Inventors: Y. Yang, J. Tillinghast, C. Piercy.
"Methods and materials relating to novel von Willebrand/Thrombospondin-like polypeptides and polynucleotides".
US Patent No. 6,465,620, October 2002. Inventors: B. Boyle, N. Mize, M. Arterburn, Y. T. Tang, J. Tillinghast, A. Sinku, C. Liu, R. Drmanac.