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, meta-analysis, 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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