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I have an MSc in Statistics from Washington State University and a PhD in Biostatistics from University of Pittsburgh. I have been a teaching assistant for undergraduate level classes in statistics and graduate level (including PhD level) in biostatistics. I can assist any student in any statistics or biostatistics-related class. Relevant background includes a PhD in Biostatistics, an MSc in Statistics, extensive experience as a teaching assistant for statistics and biostatistics classes, and research experience as a biostatistician. Here at Wyzant, I have assisted graduate students with the [more]

BioStatistics is extremely similar to other statistics courses. The calculations are the same. The statistical and probability interpretations are the same. Only difference is that the problems use BioStast data rather than some other type of data. I am very familiar with the type of calculations and interpretations of numbers and can do either TI calculator, Excel, or MegaStat stats calcs. Unfortunately, I have never done SPSS. I have taught statistics and also tutored my WyzAnt students and references are available. [more]

I was originally a Bioinformatics major for a few years before I transferred to Applied Mathematics and Statistics. I have training in both Biological Sciences and Statistics. I also participated in a statistical genetic research internship where I had a paper published in collaboration with other statisticians. I am motivated by the ability to see others understand aspects in life better. This takes hard work and dedication in order to ensure success on both ends. I truly enjoyed the positive impacts I made on students while teaching 2 semesters of pre-calculus/calculus recitation sections an [more]

I have an M.D. from Stanford University School of Medicine where I took bio-statistics. I had my own medical research consulting business and have published journal articles both of which required use of bio-statistics. I have undergraduate degrees in chemistry and math, a PhD in chemical physics and an MD from Stanford University School of Medicine. I did residency training at Harvard University School of Medicine and then completed a fellowship in neurology at Stanford. I have worked with students in high school through graduate and professional schools. I have won awards for my teaching in [more]

I earned my masters degree in Biostatistics, where I worked with students at a teaching assistant for introductory biostatistics and worked on research projects. While earning my degree, I utilized SAS, STATA and R for statistical analysis and took coursework in Epidemiology. I also developed expertise in data visualization for health analytics work. If you are pursuing a math or data-related topic at work or school - I am here to support you! Together, we can achieve your goals in Mathematics, Statistics, and Data Analysis. I earned my Master's in Biostatistics in 2014 and since then, I have [more]

During my graduate study, I took several Biostatistics courses, Topics in Biostatistics, Experimental design and linear models, survival analysis, Generalized linear model (linear model, logistic model, mixed model etc.), non-parametric statistics and Bayesian statistics. I got A+ for most of the courses. I have been worked as Math TA at McMaster University for more than 5 years, where I tutored undergraduate students taking levels 1-4 statistic courses and level 1-2 mathematics courses. My students said that I knew the secrets in the textbook. My GPA is A+ for my master's program (statistics) [more]

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