Our Team

CIDA believes in providing exceptional biostatistics support. From start to finish we stand behind the research we conduct and support. Our signature is on everything we do, therefore we are invested in each project, grant and partnership. We work hand in hand with the investigator to ensure that the right designs and analyses are used so we can help answer the the age old question, What’s in your data?

PhD biostatisticians


Headshot of Bryan McNair

Bryan McNair MS

Research Instructor
  • Center for Innovative Design & Analysis
  • Department of Biostatistics & Informatics

With over eight years of experience, Bryan is a veteran statistician who partners on projects through the Center for Innovative Design & Analysis' consulting center and through long term collaborations. Scientifically and medically, Bryan jumps around from topic to topic. A few of the areas he has worked in include endocrinology, pediatrics, orthopedics, pharmacology, infectious disease, cardiology, otolaryngology, anesthesiology, dentistry, and bariatrics.

He has a bachelor's degree in psychology and environmental, population, and organismic biology from CU Boulder and a master's degree in biostatistics from the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus. Bryan is accredited by the American Statistical Association as an Accredited Professional Statistician® (PStat®) and is currently pursuing his PhD in biostatistics.

Bryan's research interests include likelihood-based and modified-likelihood-based statistical methods, such as those that handle censoring, truncation, correlation, and non-normal outcomes.



What's in your data?   Truth  


"Perhaps the most important, all-encompassing reason to have a statistician on your project is that it gives you the best shot at uncovering the truth contained in your data and allows you to make the best decisions based on what you find."

"Teaching our short course and mentoring our students are my favorite parts of my job."


Areas of Expertise

  • General statistical consulting and methodology
  • Survival analysis
  • Generalized linear mixed models
  • Statistical education

Education, Licensure & Certifications

  • MS, Biostatistics University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus
  • BS; Psychology; Environmental, Population, and Organismic Biology; University of Colorado, Boulder

Masters core biostatisticians


Headshot of Bryan McNair

Bryan McNair MS

Research Instructor
  • Center for Innovative Design & Analysis
  • Department of Biostatistics & Informatics

With over eight years of experience, Bryan is a veteran statistician who partners on projects through the Center for Innovative Design & Analysis' consulting center and through long term collaborations. Scientifically and medically, Bryan jumps around from topic to topic. A few of the areas he has worked in include endocrinology, pediatrics, orthopedics, pharmacology, infectious disease, cardiology, otolaryngology, anesthesiology, dentistry, and bariatrics.

He has a bachelor's degree in psychology and environmental, population, and organismic biology from CU Boulder and a master's degree in biostatistics from the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus. Bryan is accredited by the American Statistical Association as an Accredited Professional Statistician® (PStat®) and is currently pursuing his PhD in biostatistics.

Bryan's research interests include likelihood-based and modified-likelihood-based statistical methods, such as those that handle censoring, truncation, correlation, and non-normal outcomes.



What's in your data?   Truth  


"Perhaps the most important, all-encompassing reason to have a statistician on your project is that it gives you the best shot at uncovering the truth contained in your data and allows you to make the best decisions based on what you find."

"Teaching our short course and mentoring our students are my favorite parts of my job."


Areas of Expertise

  • General statistical consulting and methodology
  • Survival analysis
  • Generalized linear mixed models
  • Statistical education

Education, Licensure & Certifications

  • MS, Biostatistics University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus
  • BS; Psychology; Environmental, Population, and Organismic Biology; University of Colorado, Boulder

PRA data managers


Headshot of Bryan McNair

Bryan McNair MS

Research Instructor
  • Center for Innovative Design & Analysis
  • Department of Biostatistics & Informatics

With over eight years of experience, Bryan is a veteran statistician who partners on projects through the Center for Innovative Design & Analysis' consulting center and through long term collaborations. Scientifically and medically, Bryan jumps around from topic to topic. A few of the areas he has worked in include endocrinology, pediatrics, orthopedics, pharmacology, infectious disease, cardiology, otolaryngology, anesthesiology, dentistry, and bariatrics.

He has a bachelor's degree in psychology and environmental, population, and organismic biology from CU Boulder and a master's degree in biostatistics from the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus. Bryan is accredited by the American Statistical Association as an Accredited Professional Statistician® (PStat®) and is currently pursuing his PhD in biostatistics.

Bryan's research interests include likelihood-based and modified-likelihood-based statistical methods, such as those that handle censoring, truncation, correlation, and non-normal outcomes.



What's in your data?   Truth  


"Perhaps the most important, all-encompassing reason to have a statistician on your project is that it gives you the best shot at uncovering the truth contained in your data and allows you to make the best decisions based on what you find."

"Teaching our short course and mentoring our students are my favorite parts of my job."


Areas of Expertise

  • General statistical consulting and methodology
  • Survival analysis
  • Generalized linear mixed models
  • Statistical education

Education, Licensure & Certifications

  • MS, Biostatistics University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus
  • BS; Psychology; Environmental, Population, and Organismic Biology; University of Colorado, Boulder

Administrative staff


Headshot of Bryan McNair

Bryan McNair MS

Research Instructor
  • Center for Innovative Design & Analysis
  • Department of Biostatistics & Informatics

With over eight years of experience, Bryan is a veteran statistician who partners on projects through the Center for Innovative Design & Analysis' consulting center and through long term collaborations. Scientifically and medically, Bryan jumps around from topic to topic. A few of the areas he has worked in include endocrinology, pediatrics, orthopedics, pharmacology, infectious disease, cardiology, otolaryngology, anesthesiology, dentistry, and bariatrics.

He has a bachelor's degree in psychology and environmental, population, and organismic biology from CU Boulder and a master's degree in biostatistics from the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus. Bryan is accredited by the American Statistical Association as an Accredited Professional Statistician® (PStat®) and is currently pursuing his PhD in biostatistics.

Bryan's research interests include likelihood-based and modified-likelihood-based statistical methods, such as those that handle censoring, truncation, correlation, and non-normal outcomes.



What's in your data?   Truth  


"Perhaps the most important, all-encompassing reason to have a statistician on your project is that it gives you the best shot at uncovering the truth contained in your data and allows you to make the best decisions based on what you find."

"Teaching our short course and mentoring our students are my favorite parts of my job."


Areas of Expertise

  • General statistical consulting and methodology
  • Survival analysis
  • Generalized linear mixed models
  • Statistical education

Education, Licensure & Certifications

  • MS, Biostatistics University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus
  • BS; Psychology; Environmental, Population, and Organismic Biology; University of Colorado, Boulder