Nichole Carlson, PhD
As the CIDA Director, Nichole’s goal is to create a welcoming collaborative research environment that results in new scientific partnerships through significant biostatistics contributions. Her philosophy is that biostatistics is a pillar of sound research and should be easily accessible to all AMC researchers.
Background: Associate Professor of Biostatistics and Informatics at the Colorado School of Public Health. Over 15 years of experience as a collaborative biostatistician. Co-directed a General Clinical Research Center biostatistics core and has been a consulting faculty member in the CIDA. A leader in statistical approaches for analyzing hormone data and an expert in Bayesian methods. Received NIH funding for developing Bayesian methods for analyzing pulsatile hormones and is the director of the Biostatistics, Epidemiology, and Research Design Core of the Colorado Clinical and Translational Science Institute. Received her doctorate in Biostatistics from the University of Michigan.
Miranda Kroehl, PhD
As the CIDA Assistant Director, Miranda meets with investigators to determine the scope of the project, estimate the associated costs, and match a biostatistician to the project.
Background: Earned her MS and PhD in Biostatistics from the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus. Several years of experience analyzing large cohort studies using survival and longitudinal analyses to identify risk factors associated with the development of disease. Prior research includes application of restricted cubic spline functions to identify and model time-varying hazard ratios in survival models, and evaluation of statistical tests for indirect effects with binary outcome variables.
Expertise: Microbiome and high-dimensional research, and development of statistical methods for the identification of direct and indirect effects (e.g., mediation, causal modeling).
Mary Moua, MS
As the CIDA Business Manager, Mary supervises the project manager and program manager positions and focuses on financial and team improvements.
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The CIDA Project Manager maintains the project management system to improve project scheduling and tracking and team collaboration.
Glenda Crawford, who was previously in this position has left the university as of May 10. This position will be filled soon. The firstname.lastname@example.org email is being checked by the CIDA administrative team, so if you have questions please send them.
John Neal, BA
As the CIDA Program Manager, John manages the day-to-day operations and financial aspects of the CIDA. You will likely interact with John when receiving project invoices.