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My area of research is biostatistics including longitudinal data analysis, measurement error and missing data problems, Bayesian analysis and statistical computation. I have collaborated as a co-investigator and statistician on a number of research projects with either intramural or extramural funding in the health sciences. Some of the research studies I have participated in also motivated the statistical methodology research.
Currently I am teaching NUR2011: Applied Statistics for Evidence-Based Practice for master's and doctoral students in the School of Nursing. Topics include descriptive statistics, t-test, ANOVA, ANCOVA, linear regression, logistic regression, repeated measure analysis, etc. I am also teaching an online version of this statistics class (NUR2211) for online DNP students. I also serve on a number of thesis and dissertation committees in biostatistics and nursing.
In addition to functioning as a faculty statistician to the researchers in the School of Nursing, I am the Associate Director for Statistical Support Services of the Center for Research and Evaluation in the School of Nursing. I am supervising two graduate student researchers (GSRs) to support UPMC nursing research and Quality Improvement Projects.