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Will travel 40 miles

$60 per hour.

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I have a Master of Public Health in which I have taken biostatistics. I have experience using biostatistics at work at the National Institutes of Health. I have also tutored in this area. Hello! I have tutored students of all ages in math, science, writing and study skills. My specialties are algebra and geometry (all levels), biology, and genetics. I am very patient and I try to find creative ways to make the subjects interesting. I can meet students in person and online and try to honor last-minute/unplanned requests for test preparation. Additionally, I am becoming a certified yoga teach [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]

Will travel 15 miles

$50 per hour.

4.91 116 ratings

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]

Will travel 25 miles

$60 per hour.

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I have been teaching statistics for more than two years, and tutoring for much longer. I recently started helping students with Biostatistics. Topics I have helped students with include basic epidemiology concepts such as the extent of disease, its incidence, its prevalence, mortality rates, risk ratio, rate ratio, odds ratio, relative risk, and risk difference. I have also covered study design, sampling methods, and survival analysis. And of course, I have experience with probability, confidence interval estimation, sampling distributions, hypothesis testing, power and sample size determinati [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 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 12 miles

$50 per hour.

4.88 136 ratings

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]

Will travel 40 miles

$300 per hour.

5.0 61 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]

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