Skills necessary to collaborate with non-statisticians. Communicate both verbally and in writing with collaborators while honing in on study objectives and identifying measures and factors. Readings of selected papers and texts and mock client sessions and shadowing. Common statistical tools necessary for statistical consulting will be reviewed. Graduate standing.
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Ann Marie Hess
Dr. Hess earned her Ph.D. in Statistics from CSU in 2005. Her areas of interest include bioinformatics, experimental design, linear models and statistical consulting.