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Will travel 20 miles

$59 per hour.

4.97 479 ratings

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 include 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 thei [more]

I have taken multiple biostatistics courses on the college level, including multivariate biostatistic and modern computational methods for biostatsitics. I have taught undergraduate biostatistics to public health students, and have tutored multiple students in biostatsitics. I am competent utilizing multiple statistical packages including R, SPSS, and STATA. I am currently working towards my doctorate of epidemiology at The Ohio State University. My research focuses on water and human health interactions. I am a graduate from Drexel University, where I earned a Master of Environmental Scienc [more]

I'm currently a PhD student in biology at Bowling Green State University. I've taught statistics at the collegiate level at the University of Michigan during my graduate studies for my master's degree. I've also used biostats to publish research. I am currently a PhD student at Bowling Green State University in biology. I've taught science at both the high school and college level. I'm currently teaching a biology course at BGSU. My main teaching interests are in biology, ecology, math, English, and Spanish. I also enjoy helping students prepare for standardized tests such as the ACT, SAT, an [more]

I have a master's degree in statistics from the University of Southern Maine. During this program I took several courses in biostatistics covering the methods used and how they are applied. Biostatistical methods were a large part of this program. I received As in all of my biostats courses. I did my first two years of college at Worcester Polytechnic Institute studying Electrical and Computer Engineering and finished at Daniel Webster College with a degree in aviation and air traffic management. I finished my Master's degree in Statistics at the University of Southern Maine. I enjoy helping s [more]

I taught undergrad Statistics to Nursing students at both CSCC.edu and ODU.edu., and later provided that instruction at the graduate level at KGSM.edu. Biostatistics is an adjunct to Classical Statistical Methods, in that we use Bayesian methods, survival probabilities, and outcome predictability from clinical trials, conditions and longitudinal studies. I am highly capable in using the appropriate tests (T-test, 2x2 Contingency, Simple Linear Regression and Multiple Linear Regression). As a capstone, I employ Non-parametric methods where appropriate. [more]

Will travel 30 miles

$30 per hour.

5.0 1 ratings

I had taken a biostatistics course in my undergraduate education, as well as multiple other statistics courses throughout my college education. At the time, I was pursuing a degree in medical laboratory science, so I have an extensive background in biology and mathematics courses which would allow me to pursue that career, including biostatistics. In addition, I have been utilizing statistics to complete my thesis work and other projects necessary for me to complete my degree and obtain publications, so I use statistics often in my day-to-day life. [more]

Will travel 30 miles

$60 per hour.

4.98 416 ratings

I tutored biostatistics at Northwestern. I am a professional tutor with over 6 years of experience. I tutor many students and promise success! My students have improved their grades by 1-2 letter grades within 3-4 sessions on average. <br /><br />When tutoring, I am attentive and understand when a student is confused.I explain concepts in a manner in which they were taught in school so the student does not get confused. <br /><br />I specialize in these subjects: <br /><br />1) Elementary - Grades 1 to 8 <br />2) Early Childhood - P... [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]

At the University of Maryland, I took a Biostatistics course and received a grade of A. Additionally, when I was in high school, I took Statistics as well. I have taught biostatistics (basic statistics) as a teaching assistant for an Introductory Biology course when discussing genetics and population ecology. Additionally, I have experience with biostatistics in my Genetics and Biology Courses. I am currently a medical student at the University of Toledo College of Medicine. I graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Maryland College Park in 2014, having majored in Ce [more]

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