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Will travel 6 miles

$90 per hour.

5.0 12 ratings

I was an applied math major in college and during that time I took 3 statistics classes. I am currently a bio statistician/data analyst at a hospital in Boston. Also, I taught high school math (pre-calculus and AP Calculus) for two years. I received a B.A. in applied math from Rice University in 2015. I taught high school math in Houston as part of the Teach For America program for two years after graduating college. I taught Pre-Calculus and AP Calculus AB. The scores of my Pre-Calculus students were consistently among the highest in the district. Before teaching, I had tutored for three ye [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$50 per hour.

4.83 422 ratings

I was a math major and took engineering probability and statistics in college. I also have tutored graduate-level statistics and am familiar with all major types of hypothesis tests used for research. I'm an experienced high school teacher with over 20 years of experience in education. I've tutored all levels of math up through advanced multivariable calculus level (calculus 4). I'm certified and licensed by the state of MA to teach 5th-8th grade math, 8th-12th grade math, and 8th-12th grade physics. I enjoy helping with homework and practice problems and am interested in teaching you the c [more]

My doctoral research involved significant use of statistics, including statistics that I programmed myself. I have also had several statistics courses. I have a doctorate in Microbiology and Molecular Genetics. I have extensive teaching experience (close to 20 years), including small-group and one-on-one (effectively tutoring, as a teaching assistant in an upper-level course) as well as several years of community college teaching (Rowan College at Gloucester County); in both, I received high student ratings. I enjoy helping people understand concepts, especially if it makes a big difference in [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$85 per hour.

4.97 828 ratings

Since 1997, I have been principally employed developing statistical methods for defining and distinguishing groups of biological test samples based on biochemical analysis. The problem has always been to answer the question "how are these samples different from those?" In my specific sub-field, the answers come in the form of biomarkers. To elucidate a biomarker, I've developed custom implementations of unsupervised hierarchical cluster analysis, principle component analysis, ANOVA, ANCOVA, linear discriminant analysis, SIMCA, and other techniques of used widely in biostatistics, chemometrics, [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$65 per hour.

4.84 188 ratings

I have completed biostatistics as an undergraduate, I work as a process engineer for an international biopharma company, and have also taken graduate-level statistics as part of my MBA. I'm a biotech professional currently working for a Fortune 50 company; I have eight years' experience in the industry, mostly at some of the largest pharma companies in the world. I hold a B.Sc. in Biology from Penn State University and an MBA from the University of Phoenix. My career requires use of advanced math, statistics, chemistry, biology, and mechanical skills on a daily basis, honing my knowledge thr [more]

Will travel 30 miles

$70 per hour.

4.93 14 ratings

In biostatistics, you need to know how and when to compare the means of two independent groups of subjects, complete regression analysis and make predictions. I have taught advanced level statistics at Bentley University, both Undergraduate and Graduate levels, using T-Sample Tests, Single and Multiple Regression Analysis and Chi-Square testing against expected means. I am fully qualified with relevant teaching experience to teach Biostatistics. I am Economics and Business professor teaching part-time at Bentley University, Northeastern University and Framingham State College. My experien [more]

I have my Bachelor of Science in Statistics from Carnegie Mellon University, as well as my Master of Science degree in Biostatistics from the University of Michigan. I have 5 years of research experience using statistical methods, including 1.5 years as a statistical analyst for Carnegie Mellon's Statistics Department and 1 year as a formal statistician for the University of Michigan. I have taught statistics in private settings and have also served as a teaching assistant for statistics courses. [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$75 per hour.

4.85 255 ratings

I graduated from Farmingdale State College with a B.S. in Applied Psychology in 2015. I also hold my MA in Psychology from Stony Brook University. I earned an A in my Psychological Statistics course that I took at St. Joseph's College. Throughout the course, I utilized SPSS for homework assignments and group projects. For exams, we were given SPSS output to analyze. I worked as a Research Assistant and my major role was analyzing data in SPSS. The study I was involved in is related to the effects of two classroom interventions in the reduction of test anxiety in college students. I ran desc [more]

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