I am an adjunct professor teaching epidemiology and statistics at Emory and Georgia State Universities. I have taught 2 of the 5 core courses at Emory for MPH and Epidemiology PhD students and received an overall student evaluation rating of 4.8/5. I have also engaged in 1-on-1 tutoring for multiple public health students across a range of math-heavy courses, an experience that I really enjoyed! I tutored other students in math in high school, as well. I'm excited for the opportunity to wo... [more]
I've taught graduate-level epidemiology and biostatistics courses for 4 years to students with a variety of math backgrounds. I am also a statistical consultant for a MLB team.
I have a PhD in epidemiology, which requires a deep understanding of probability theory. I have taught classes at the Master's and PhD level on probability theory for 4 years for students with and without math backgrounds. It's always fun!