Simon Philip Weisenhorn

Masters of Statistics Candidate at North Carolina State University

Selected Course Work: Statistical Principles of Clinical Trials, Applied Multivariate and Longitudinal Data Analysis, Advanced Statistical Programming, Fundamentals of Statistical Theory, Applied Statistical Methods, and Data Science for Statisticians


Simon Philip Weisenhorn
Simon Weisenhorn

Simon Weisenhorn


North Carolina State University


I am a recent graduate from the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill where I received my B.S. in Statistics and Analytics and a minor in Data Science. Now, I am currently a Master of Statistics candidate from North Carolina State University.

I have a passion for biostatistics and enjoy seeing how different sources of data can reveal compelling conclusions for new drugs.

I specialize in the SAS coding language to analyze datasets and bridge the gap between pharmaceutical companies and statistics. I am also proficient with the R coding language for building models, analyzing complex datasets, and creating visualizations.

Download my resumé.

  • Biostatistics
  • Data Science
  • Machine Learning
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Sports Analytics
  • Fishing
  • Backpacking
  • Master of Statistics, 2023

    North Carolina State University

  • B.S. in Statistics and Analytics, 2022

    University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  • Minor in Data Science, 2022

    University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill


Clinical Trials


Graduate Teaching Assitant
Aug 2022 – May 2023 Raleigh, North Carolina

Responsibilities included:

  • Instructed four sections of Introduction to Statistical Programming
  • Met with 150 students each week to teach the basics of how to program in SAS
  • Hosted office hours to assist students outside of class for three hours per week
  • Graded every student’s homework assigments, quizzes, and final projects
  • Communicated with students via email regarding questions and updates
  • Supervised different learning management software such as Moodle and Yellowdig
Biostatistician Intern
May 2020 – Aug 2022 Raleigh, North Carolina

Responsibilities for each summer included:

  • Coding Listings and Tables in SAS
  • Specing ADaM Datasets
  • Reviewing SAPs
  • Reviewing Outputs for Delivery to Clients
  • Shelling Outputs
  • Annotating CRFs
  • Annotating Mock Shell Outputs
  • Programming Studies for Deliveries
  • Troubleshooting Pre-Existing Programs
  • Addressing Client Comments to Output/Dataset Programs