Miranda Kroehl, PhD
Assistant Director, Research Instructor
Miranda earned both her MS and PhD in Biostatistics from the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus. Miranda has several years of experience analyzing large cohort studies using survival and longitudinal analyses to identify risk factors associated with the development of disease. Her prior research includes the application of restricted cubic spline functions to identify and model time-varying hazard ratios in survival models, and the evaluation of statistical tests for indirect effects with binary outcome variables.
Expertise: Microbiome and high-dimensional research, and the development of statistical methods for the identification of direct and indirect effects (e.g. mediation, causal modeling).
As Assistant Director of the CBC, Miranda meets with investigators and medical researchers to develop biostatistics Scopes of Work for their projects, as well as to estimate the costs associated with study design, power/sample size calculations, data analysis and/or manuscript preparation.