Lecturer, Division of Biostatistics
MS, Statistics, University of Minnesota, 2007
I'm a member of the teaching (non-tenure) faculty and I teach introductory biostatistics and statistical software service courses to graduate students. I have previously taught undergraduate introductory statistics courses and statistical communication and consulting. I am particularly interested in how to communicate statistical concepts and analyses to people regardless of their mathematical background. I also consult on projects that interest me, including understanding survey data and environmental analyses. Before studying statistics, I worked as a lab technician in HIV research labs.
Awards and Recognition
- Excellence in Collaboration and Creativity Group Award (with Drs. Laura Le and Ann Brearley), University of Minnesota School of Public Health, 2019
- MPCA Employee Recognition Award, Minnesota Pollution Control Agency, 2016