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I have experience in simple univariate statistics, nonparametric, survival analysis, sample size estimation, both linear and logistic regression and multivariable statistics. I have been doing medical research for more than 15 years. In that time I have helped countless medical school students and residents with research projects including their statistical analysis. I love working one on one with graduate students in psychology, nursing, and epidemiology. I also enjoy helping PhD candidates get the most out of their data by helping them understand when and how to use statistics for their rese [more]

Will travel 30 miles

$40 per hour.

4.79 43 ratings

In addition to a classroom perspective, and previous experience tutoring statistics to health sciences students, I was a professional neuroscience researcher for several years. So I've seen and done all sorts of statistics in the course of data analysis. (Note: mostly I was writing my own code in Matlab, but I'm also familiar with the SAS statistics software that's used in many Biostatistics courses). Actually, the data analysis was the part of that job that I liked best. If you just need to pass a specific class or test, don't worry -- we'll keep our focus on what you need to know to succ [more]

Will travel 25 miles

$65 per hour.

4.89 810 ratings

Biostatistics is the application of statistics to biology. It typically involves the design of a biological experiment from which data is gathered. From that point, the tools of descriptive and inferential statistics are brought to bear. The data are first analyzed and second summarized by numbers, tables and graphs. Finally, inferences are drawn from the results. At the core of an introductory biostatistics class, are the principles and practices taught in the introductory statistics class I have taught. I have experience helping bright undergraduate and graduate biology students get ov [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$45 per hour.

4.93 30 ratings

4.0 at MSU in Statistics I&II For Engineers, BioInformatics, and a 3.5 in a Capstone Project using R and SciPy/NumPy to process and present, interpret and discuss wetlab data. "The key to education is to get to them before they realize that they're learning" - Unknown. Rather than teach a specific set of material, I prefer to give my students a set of mental tools that enable them to tackle the target material and use the subsequently developed analysis skills to find better ways to learn. I will require you to comprehend concepts and will not teach rote memorization methods unless special n [more]

Due almost-exclusively to the brilliance of my professors, I somehow managed to ace both graduate school-level biometry and quantitative behavioral genetics w/o having taken any coursework in statistics as an undergrad.; these experiences were the quintessential examples of scholarly alacrity combining with pedantic masterwork to result in maximized education. In addition to this coursework, I have published about a dozen scientific studies to date (copies available upon request); with all of them requiring statistical planning and execution that meets peer-reviewing standards. [more]

I took Biostatistics in college and received an A in the class. Hi! My name is Markie. In undergrad I studied Biology and Spanish and in late August I am beginning medical school at Michigan State. In my free time I enjoy working out, reading, baking and spending time with family, friends and my dog, Charlie! During high school and undergrad I have tutored friends and other students in various subjects. I prefer to tutor in the sciences, math and Spanish. Though I have not professionally been a tutor before, I believe that I am qualified because of my lov... [more]

As a graduate student in physiology, I took a graduate-level biostatistics class and received an A. I also tutored an undergraduate in her statistics class. Furthermore, I use biostatistics every day to analyze data generated from my experiments. I'm Jill B., a 25 year old graduate student working on my Ph.D. in physiology with a true passion for mathematics and science. I have been tutoring for several years and have had great success with my students, ranging from elementary to graduate school. I began tutoring by helping other students in my high school classes. In college, I volunteered [more]

As a masters student, I have almost completed 2 semesters worth of biostatistics. I am competent in data analysis and determining which statistical test is appropriate for different situations. With my masters thesis requiring quantitative analysis I am competent in this area. I graduated from Purdue University North Central with a double major in Biology and Secondary Education. Currently I am working towards masters degree in global health through the University of Notre Dame. I have a deep passion for helping students and am excited to continue working with children. I have currently taught [more]

I received a chemical engineering degree and an MBA. I've been tutoring statistics for a decade. Biostatistics is just one form of statistics. I have been tutoring kids from K-12 for the last 10 years. I also prepare high school students for the ACT. I have a background in Chemical Engineering and excel in math and science categories. I also have my MBA. I am available on week nights and weekends to tutor. I can help students improve their current grades. I can also help students achieve their goal on the ACT by doing ACT preparation.... [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$50 per hour.

5.0 3 ratings

I majored in Statistics in Stony Brook University with a Master's degree on it. During my graduate period, most of my required classes on Statistics are all Biostatistics as faculties in the Department of Applied Mathematics and Statistics at Stony Brook emphasize more on Biostatistics. I've been working as Teaching Assistant in the State University of New York at Stony Brook for one year. With a solid educational background in Mathematics for more than 7 years, I'm good at teaching various fields in Math. Such as Statistics, Probability, Geometry, Algebra, Calculus, logic, Mathematical Progra [more]

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