Retired: Statistical Consultant at the Center for Statistical
Consultation & Research
Current: Adjunct Lecturer at the Department of Biostatistics
Linear Mixed Models for clustered and longitudinal data, Ordinary Least Squares regression, Logistic regression, Poisson regression.
BA in Sociology, University of Michigan, 1969
MPH in Epidemiology and Health Behavior/Health Education, University of Michigan School of Public Health, 1975
MS in Biostatistics, University of Michigan School of Public Health, 1987
What I do
I'm retired after 38 years of working for the University of Michigan, mainly at the Center for Statistical Consultation and Research, as a statistical consultant. I am currently co-teaching a course on the analysis of clustered and longitudinal data: Biostat 512 with Missy Plegue. I have designed and presented workshops on Introduction to SAS and Intermediate SAS , and Introduction to Proc Mixed for correlated and longitudinal data. I have also co-presented a workshop on Generalized Linear Models.
I am interested in models for correlated data for continuous outcomes, and generalized estimating equations (GEE) and other models for correlated discrete outcomes.
Click here to see my personal homepage, which has some SAS and SPSS examples from the Biostat 510 course, and some examples from the SAS and Proc Mixed Workshops.