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Currently enrolled in Graduate level Bio-statistics coursework. I have previously applied prior knowledge of ANOVA, paired t tests, Mann-Whitney U tests, Z tests, Wilcoxn Sign Rank and descriptive statistics in assessing patient data for various clinical research studies at the Wilmot Cancer Institute in Rochester, NY. I'm Giovanna and I recently graduated from the University of Rochester in New York with a Bachelor's degree in Biology with minors in Global Health and Chemistry. Currently, I am a graduate student studying medicine and am passionate about integrating my love for teaching with [more]

I am a PhD in Statistics from Stanford University. I have taught Statistics at both George Washington University and American University for over 30 years. I have taught and tutored Biostatistics and I am currently working on a Medical Records Project for the Department of Defense which includes a requirement for knowledge of Biostatistics methods. I have a PhD in Statistics from Stanford University. I have over 30 years experience teaching at the college level. However, for the past 13 years I have been helping younger students. I specialize in preparing students to take the SAT and ACT m [more]

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$40 per hour.

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I have taken two biostatisics courses at the graduate level earning an "A" in both courses. Through my fellowship at the NIH, I have experience working with large clinical data sets and using statistical methods to analyze the data. I am well-versed in SAS and SPSS and have some basic knowledge of R and STATA as they all are used for statistical analysis of biological data. Hello! I am a recent graduate from the University of Virginia with both a Bachelor of Science Degree in Biology and a Master of Public Health (MPH) degree with a 4.0 GPA. Having worked with students of all ages, I am exp [more]

I have an extensive training in biostatistics, and in particular in topics related to worked in survival analysis, biomarkers evaluation, missing data and proportional hazards models to name a few. My experience is related to the numerous biostatistical projects that I have been involved, as a consultant, through the years and the numerous students and professionals that I have helped both with the software implementation and the analysis of the results. I am a Ph.D. statistician, and I have a long experience in teaching mathematics and statistics as a university professor (grad and undergrad [more]

I have PhD in Applied Math and my research is on Reliability with is directly related to Probability and statistic. I have more than 5 graduate courses and 4 undergraduate classes on Statistic and probability. I taught all undergraduate statistic and probability classes. I am tutoring probability and statistic students from George Washington, George Town, George Mason and Virginia tech every semester at least 10 students I am a retired high school math teacher who started teaching math and physics when I was 19 years old. I love teaching and I consider moving a student from C level to A level [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$300 per hour.

5.0 58 ratings

Having completed six statistics classes, including graduate-level Time-Series Analysis and Cross-Section Econometrics, I have tutored dozens of students on statistical concepts and helped them craft their own original statistical research projects. These students have included Nursing Statistics students and others. I have conducted original statistical research in Experimental Psychology, Government Research Methods, and Economics/Finance, including my honors thesis forecasting economic crises using international panel data. (Exceptionally complex panel data combines observations from diffe [more]

I double majored in Applied Mathematics and Statistics taking several biostatistics courses. In graduate school, I took advanced biostats course related to public health and biomedical sciences. In addition, I did practicum experiences utilizing my applied statistics background that included the use of Excel, SAS, and Matlab. My name is Harsha and I have spent a considerable amount of time academia, most notably at Johns Hopkins University, on a range of mostly STEM subject areas - see some test scores below. In high school, I have also taken several AP courses often tutoring my peers in biolo [more]

I worked for one year as a statistician for Mercy Health Systems in Chesterfield, MO. I completed 15 hours of biostatistics coursework in my graduate program. I was a teacher's assistant for General Linear Modeling and SAS. From after school program tutoring volunteer to undergraduate adjunct instructor, I have had many experiences teaching. Throughout college, I volunteered at multiple programs. These programs gave me one on one time with young students, elementary through high school. After college, I spent one year as a volunteer coordinator at a community center in Chicago's south side [more]

Will travel 12 miles

$50 per hour.

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Descriptive and inferential statistics both apply to biostatistics. The former characterizes a population, often on the basis of samples. The latter involves examination of data for hypothesis testing, estimation, discovering correlations and other relationships. In college and graduate school I studies probability and statistics as part of the standard curriculum in physics and mathematics. At work, I have used and continue to use statistics in the engineering projects I work on. The areas I have specialized in are probability distributions, conditional probability, sampling, regression, [more]

I direct biostatistics for a team of biostatisticians at a federal health organization. l have several publications where I was the statistician in charge of directing the biostatistics underlying clinical trials. These publications have included mixed models of efficacy outcomes and descriptive analysis of safety data including Adverse Events. I am a very patient, kind, and positive tutor. I am passionate about statistics and love making understandable what is otherwise a very challenging topic for most students. My approach to teaching is based on "the granny test" -- I strive to explain eve [more]

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