Read Allen has been using SAS software to consult with researchers for data management and statistical analysis since 1984 while studying for a Ph D in Statistics at Montana
State University, where one of his first projects was a study on the "Affects of Non Motorized Recreational Activities on Grizzly Bears". It was this quirky study that got him hooked on helping independent researchers with their work.
After leaving graduate school, he continued his career as an in-house
consulting statistician/programmer at the FDA’s National Center for Toxicological Research
in Jefferson, Arkansas.
In 1994 Richard moved to Evergreen, Colorado and started
Peak Statistical Services and continues to provide SAS programming and statistical support to researchers in various fields.
University of Colorado (School of Pharmacy)
National Center for Toxicological Research
Data Driven Enterprises
Colorado Prevention Center
University of Colorado (Office of Planning, Budget and Analysis)
Peak Stat is an affiliate member of the SAS Alliance since 1996.