I have a Bachelor's degree in mathematics, Master's degree in statistics, and additional coursework in biostatistics. As a research biostatistician for the past 5 years I've designed and analyzed many medical and scientific studies which have resulted in over 100 publications and international conference presentations. I also help in teaching statistical concepts to medical students, residents, and fellows as part of my job. During graduate school I taught and tutored undergraduate statistics students as a graduate assistant.
I have extensive experience in SAS and R programming languages.
In my job I am always tasked at translating complex analytical results in a way that those without the extensive statistical background can understand and interpret. I am passionate about not only helping someone succeed in learning a concept, but also truly understand the concepts.
Youngstown State University
University of Akron
Ohio State University