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.
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