Assistant Research Professor, University of Colorado School of Medicine, Department of Pediatrics
Undergraduate B.S. Mathematics, Aug. 1999. University of Utah. Salt Lake City, Utah. Major: Mathematics. Minor: Physics. Graduate M.S. Biostatistics, Aug. 2009. University of Colorado Denver. Aurora, Colorado Title of Thesis: “Use of Mixed Models in the Analysis of Step Count Data” PhD. Biostatistics, May. 2014. University of Colorado Denver. Aurora, Colorado Title of Dissertation: “Statistical Methods for Cancer Screening”
I regularly vote by mail in ballot. I vote in primary elections. This year (2020) I chose to vote in the democratic primary in Colorado.
2008-Present Member, American Statistical Association 2009-Present Member, International Biometrics Society, Western North American Region
I have no experience in organizing, representing, advocating for, or considering the interests of groups, organizations, or associations in Colorado.
To ensure a bipartisan, unbiased districting process.
As a research scientist and biostatistician I strive to be objective and critical in the evaluation of my work and the work of others. Yet I remain positive and productive and recognize that decisions must be made to make progress. Often these decisions can be seen as subjective. No human process is without potential flaws and biases. We must understand the goals of the redistricting process and how accurate representation is a fundamental part of democracy and then make decisions which ensure the new districts move our state towards a democratic and representative government.
As a PhD level biostatistican, I have statistical education on sampling theory, weighting and uncertainty. As a consulting biostatistician I collaborate with medical researchers to first identify the problem, understand the measures and data relevant to the problem and apply appropriate statistical tools to address questions related to the problem. I do this on a daily basis and have been successful in my application of logic scientific research as is evidenced by my resume.