Power and sample size, screening trial design,
longitudinal data analysis
- Co-Instructor BIOS 6606: Statistics for Basic Sciences
- Co-Instructor and Project adviser for the Colorado Summer Institute in Biostatistics (CoSIBS)
- Lecturer BIOS 6631: Statistical Theory
- PhD in Biostatistics, University of Colorado Denver, 2014
- MS in Biostatistics, University of Colorado Denver, 2009
- BS in Mathematics, University of Utah, 1999
What makes you passionate about or interested in biostatistics?
Appropriate clinical care and public policy should be identified through well-designed studies and evidence-based clinical research. As a biostatistician, I am committed to rigorously investigating and evaluating clinical practices which improve patient outcomes on the individual and population level.
Personal Interests & Hobbies
I am interested in spending personal time with family and friends talking, biking, hiking, playing, cooking and eating when time allows.