3 Biostatistics Tutors Found Near Gilbert, AZ



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Ana K.

Biostatistics Tutor

Chandler, AZ 85224

Will travel 5 miles

$40 per hour.

4.99 75 ratings

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Adjunct Statistics Faculty/Experienced Tutor- New on wyzant

I have my Master's degree in Industrial engineering with specialization in Statistics and am also faculty teaching Statistics for the last two years. Also, I've been a Teaching assistant for an undergraduate BioStatistics course. I am a Faculty Associate teaching Statistics online for undergraduates since 2014. Prior to my graduate studies, I've worked for over 3 years at various companies including Intel. As a graduate student who took a few courses online myself, I am well aware of how online teaching works. Hence I strive to connect and help students get more out of my online tutoring wit [more]


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Rachel W.

Biostatistics Tutor

Tucson, AZ 85748

Will travel 10 miles

$50 per hour.

4.87 215 ratings

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Accomplished and Insightful Math, Statistics, Biostats Tutor!

I have a B.S. in Math and Statistics (2001). While the statistics degree required joint courses to be completed at LSU-Health Science Center in Biometry. I completed the coursework in Biometry (theoretical biostatistics) at LSU-HSC (2001). I received my MPH with a minor in biostatistics from the University of Arizona (2004). My research is heavily based in analytical Epidemiology. Aside from my quantitative background, my research work in the sciences combined with my skills in biostatistics have enabled me to engage students in interesting conceptual questions that relate current events [more]


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Rebecca C.

Biostatistics Tutor

Phoenix, AZ 85048

Will travel 11 miles

$50 per hour.

4.96 23 ratings

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Supportive and effective tutor in biology, anthropology, and ESL/EFL!

I have a B.S. in Biological Anthropology and a minor in Biological Sciences from Arizona State University (2012) and a Master's Degree in Biological Anthropology from The Pennsylvania State University (2015). My focus was on population genetics, which is one of the most statistics-heavy fields in biology. During the course of these degrees, I took several statistics and bioinformatics courses and regularly critically analyzed the statistics used in my own and others' research. I have a Master's Degree in Biological Anthropology from the Pennsylvania State University (ranked #1 in Anthropology [more]