I am a recent graduate of the PhD program in Molecular Epidemiology at the Keck School of Medicine of USC. I have been a teaching assistant for the graduate-level epidemiology and biostatistics courses at USC and have experience tutoring epidemiology, biostatistics, SPSS, Stata, SAS, and R. I also actively use Stata and R in my own research. I have a master's degree in biology which focused on molecular genetics, and have finished my core courses as a PhD student, focusing on genetic and mol... [more]
I have a PhD in Molecular Epidemiology from the University of Southern California. My PhD program required me to take several biostatistics classes. While I was a PhD student, I was a teaching assistant for biostatistics courses at USC. I have a good amount of experience tutoring statistics.
I have a PhD in Molecular Epidemiology from the University of Southern California, where, as a teaching assistant, I taught the SPSS laboratory sections for biostatistics classes.
I have been a teaching assistant for graduate-level courses Principles of Biostatistics (PM510) and Statistical Methods in Epidemiologic Studies (PM518A). I am also actively using biostatistical and statistical genetic methods in my own research as a PhD student.
I have a PhD in molecular epidemiology from the University of Southern California, where my research focused on the genetic epidemiology of breast cancer. Additionally, I have a master's degree in biology from California State University - Northridge, where I focused on human molecular genetics and clinical genetics.
I have been a teaching assistant for the course 'Statistical Methods in Epidemiogic Studies' (PM518A) in the Dept. of Preventive Medicine at the University of Southern California. For this course, I taught students how to use STATA for epidemiologic and biostatistical analyses. In addition, I have completed a few classes at USC that cover STATA programming. Lastly, I actively use STATA in my own research and have published an epidemiologic study in a peer-reviewed journal for which analyses were conducted in STATA.
I have taken a graduate-level class on statistical programming in R and got an A. I also use R actively in my research for analyses of genetic data.
I have a PhD in Molecular Epidemiology from the University of Southern California. I have published peer-reviewed epidemiology articles as the first author or as a co-author. In addition, I was a teaching assistant for epidemiology courses at USC during my time as a PhD student and I have experience tutoring students for epidemiology.