Prize Winning Research Statistician/Data Scientist
I am looking for an additional part-time gig of around $200 a week and under 5 hours a week. Please don't hesitate to get in touch!
As a MS in Statistics with a couple of funded research grants and several years in academia, I am an experienced researcher, writer, and statistician. I have 5 years of experience in teaching and applying computational statistics, survival analysis, mixed models, experimental design, and linear and logistic regression. I also have worked in data-mining of large datasets. I've co-authored a couple of academic papers. One of my papers won a national CTSI prize for statistical collaboration and was positively reviewed by the Wall Street Journal.
At Stanford University, I pursued a Master of Science in Statistics, a Bachelor of Arts and Sciences (with Honors) in mathematical and computational science/political science, and a Chappell-Lougee research scholarship for exceptional sophomores.
I have over five years of full-time and part-time statistical analysis experience. I worked two years as a statistician at UCLA, about two years in statistical analysis, computing, and lecturing at the World Bank, Departments of Economics and Political Science at Stanford, and the Haas School of Business at U.C. Berkeley. I worked over a year on self-started statistical analyses for my honors thesis and Chappell-Lougee thesis with independent small grants totaling almost $10k as a Stanford undergraduate.
I have had increasingly higher levels of responsibility for supervising others in statistical analysis and performing my own statistical work. I supervised an intern in data validation in 2010, gave one day a week of independent drop-in statistical consulting at UCLA between 2012-2013, worked as a teaching assistant for faculty doing statistical analyses in 2013, and supervised an MD and an MD/MPH in statistical analyses in 2013. I was recognized as a team member in a Haas School of Business report in 2010, as a conference paper co-author in 2005 and 2011, as a junior statistical co-author in 2012, and a statistical lead co-author in 2013.