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University of Colorado Denver

 

Samantha MaWhinney, ScD 

Professor 


Research Interests:
  • Varying-Coefficient methods for analyzing longitudinal data
  • HIV/AIDS Research
  • Process, Structures and Outcomes in Cardiac Research
  • Courses Taught:
  • BIOS 6632: Statistical Theory II
  • Computer Oriented Statistical Methods
  • Short Course in Biostatistics
  • Current Research:
  • National Institute of Drug Abuse (NIDA): Consequences of Drug Use and Informative Dropout on HIV/AIDS outcomes in the MACS (3/09, Co-Principal Investigator)
  • NIH: Colorado Clinical and Translational Science Institute (5/19/08-4/30-13, Biostatistician)
  • NIH: HIV-related Blood Dendritic Cell Dysfunction (6/15/06 - 5/31/10)
  • NIH: Immunopathogenesis of Acute HIV-1 Infection (9/30/03 - 3/31/10)
  • NIH: Sex and Disease Dependent Nucleoside Analog Toxicity (3/05 - 2/10)
  • NIH: University of Colorado Center for AIDS Research (5/15/03 - 4/30/10)
  • Education:
  • University of Utah, BS, Mathematics, 1987
  • Harvard University, MS, Biostatistics, 1989
  • Harvard University, ScD, Biostatistics, 1991
  • University of Colorado Denver

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