Statistics Help - Data Analysis

Rebecca Andrews

PhD in Biometrics and Statistics

Dr. Rebecca Andrews holds a PhD in Biometrics and Statistics with specialization in non-parametric methods. With over 20 publications, she is the co-author and the biostatistician of studies published in top rank medical journals such as the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), the American Journal of Public Health (AJPH) and Pediatric Emergency Care and Vaccine. Read More.

Dr. Victoria Briones

Ph.D. in Organizational Psychology

In the last two years, Victoria has worked as a statistical consultant, helping graduate students in psychology, education, nursing, biology, and business hone their study hypotheses, arrive at better operational definitions of their study variables, and improve procedures to increase the internal and/or external validity of their study. Read More

Lynetta Campbell

M.S. in Mathematics, an M.S. in Management Science, a B.S. in Chemical Engineering

Lynetta Campbell has a passion for finding the stories that are hidden in the numbers and for sharing this love of what statistics reveals with students at all levels. She worked twelve years in the Chemical Process Industry, during which time she participated in the design, construction, and start-up of projects in polystyrenics. Read More

Linda Deacon

Linda has designed and assisted in the development of survey instruments currently in use at various medical centers, universities and county regional centers. She regularly advises doctoral candidates on the formulation, statistical analysis and interpretation of research hypotheses. Read More

Bryan Hamilton

Bryan offers individual tutoring in statistics,  providing you with an introduction to the basic methods of collecting, organizing, and analyzing data. He is also a Certified Lean Six Sigma Black Belt and can help you prepare for your test. He uses the DMAIC project methodology. He will take you through the methodology and help you learn to understand and apply it Read More

Sally Jordan

Dr. Sally Jordan holds a diploma in nursing, an undergraduate degree in psychology, and a MSW and PhD in social work from The Ohio State University. Dr. Jordan practiced critical care and coronary care nursing for 15 years in the hospital settings, and served as a an assistant head nurse, head nurse, and assistant director of nursing education. Read More

Julie Olson

Dr. Julie Olson earned a dual-title Ph.D. in Demography and Sociology from the Pennsylvania State University and a M.A. in Demographic and Social Analysis from the University of California at Irvine. She approaches research from an interdisciplinary background and has published on a variety of topics in public health, criminology, and sociology, including family structure and the risk of child abuse, tort reforms and physician sanctioning, the impact of education on attitudes toward deviance, and changes in suicide rates. Read More

Rick Oaks

Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology

Rick Oaks studied psychology and sociology at Harvard, received his Ph.D. in clinical psychology from Michigan, then did two post-doctoral fellowships at Yale. Since then he has taught many courses on research methods at both the undergraduate level and in a doctoral program in higher education leadership. He is an expert in mixed methods research; that is, the sort that combines interviewing and questionnaires. Read More  

Richard Pollard

Richard is a former dissertation chair and reader whose primary areas of expertise include organizational behavior, organization development, small groups and teams, leadership, psychology, sociology, research methods and statistics. Read More