Rachel is a research instructor in the Department of Biostatistics & Informatics and the Center for Innovative Design & Analysis in the Colorado School of Public Health. She is particularly interested in collaborations with the opportunities to analyze health outcomes data, especially in longitudinal or survival analysis frameworks. Her past collaborations have also included analyses with microbiome data, Bayesian modeling applications, and complex survey data, and she is always enthusiastic about learning how to tackle new statistical problems.
"Statisticians can help researchers at every point of a project—from conception, study design, and planning data collection to helping write manuscripts and interpreting results for a clinical audience. Analyzing your data is an important part of our job, but we can help in every stage of your research."