Gleb Furman is a lead evaluator, methodologist, and statistician at The Meadows Center for Preventing Educational Risk at the University of Texas at Austin. Currently, he is co-leading the external evaluation of the National Center on Intensive Intervention and providing support for the evaluation of several other OSEP-funded Technical Assistance and Dissemination projects, including the National Center for Systemic Improvement, Lead for Literacy, and the National Center on Improving Literacy. As a lead evaluator, he assists in all aspects of program evaluation including instrument development, data collection and management, analysis, and reporting. He is earning his Ph.D. in quantitative research methods with a focus on causal inference in social sciences and program evaluation. His research specializes in developing and implementing methods that support a high level of generalizability in studies of intervention efficacy and effectiveness.