Guillermo Marshall Rivera, Ph.D. is currently Pro-Rector (Provost) at the Catholic University. He graduated in Mathematics and Statistics from this University, and received his Ph.D in Biostatistics from the University of Colorado at Denver, in 1990.
At the beginning of his academic career, he was assistant professor at the University of Colorado, returning to Chile as Professor of Statistics at the Faculty of Mathematics and at the Public Health Department at the School of Medicine at the Catholic University.
He has held several positions within the Catholic University,including Director of the Department of Public Health of the School of Medicine and Dean of the Faculty of Mathematics and is currently Pro Rector at the University.
His research has focused mainly on the development of methodology and applications of statistical models for analyzing medical data and epidemiologists. He is author and co-author of over 90 articles in international peer-reviewed journals.