I am currently an assistant professor in the biostatistics department at the Saint Louis University College for Public Health and Social Justice. My research focuses on causal inference, experimental design, and missing data. My related academic interests include statistics education and literacy, and applications of statistics to health, policy, and education.

I received my bachelors degree in mathematics from the University of Washington in Seattle, with minors in statistics and law, societies, and justice.  I then attended the University of California - Davis, where I received my doctorate in statistics.  After completing my doctorate, I spent two years as a visiting assistant professor at UC Santa Barbara before moving to Saint Louis.

Outside of academics, I am a fan of the St. Louis Cardinals and UW Huskies athletics, especially football, baseball, and crew. 

Current Course (Spring 2015)

BST 510: General Linear Modeling

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