Our Statistics Consultants
Dr. Linda Deacon
Statistical Analysis and Interpretation, APA Formatted Tables and Figures, Survey Instruments, Psychology, Medicine, Nursing, Theology and Sociology
Linda Deacon has served as an independent statistical consultant since 1985. She has coordinated the data management and statistical analysis of state and federally funded longitudinal and multi-center research.
She has co-authored several articles published in the fields of medicine and psychology and has assisted in the editing of statistical textbooks and documentation for statistical software.
And, she has designed and assisted in the development of survey instruments currently in use at various medical centers, universities and county regional centers. She regularly advises doctoral candidates on the formulation, statistical analysis and interpretation of research hypotheses.
Survey design, formulating hypotheses, content organization, data analysis, results analysis, graphs and tables, PowerPoint presentations.
Dr. Nathan Giovanni
Nathan Giovanni, M.S., Ph.D., Statistics. He teaches statistical and quantitative methods.
Biostatistics, Economics, Engineering, Finance, Operations Research, Statistics
Descriptive Statistics, Hypothesis Testing & Confidence Intervals, Regression Models, ANOVA & Experimental Design, Bayesian Statistics, Computational Statistics, Predictive Analytics, Data Visualization
His background includes: descriptive statistics, hypothesis testing, confidence & credible intervals, power calculations, sampling theory, Bayesian statistics, linear & nonlinear regression models, ANOVA models, experimental design, network meta-analysis, time series, probability theory, decision theory, computational statistics, heuristic methods, decision tree methods, neural networks, clustering & classification, optimal transportation, and data visualization.
He has advised university department heads on statistics and data analytics curriculum. His software experience involves Excel, LaTeX, Python, R, and SAS.
Dr. Janine Morris
Dr. Janine Morris received her M.S. in statistics from Stanford University and her Ph.D. in health services research from Boston University.
Over the last 10 years, she has served as a statistician for several hospital and academic settings, providing study design and statistical support for graduate students, medical residents, research fellows, nurses, public health officials, and junior investigators conducting clinical, translational, social, and behavioral research.
Janine has worked in a wide array of health related fields, including public health, outcomes research, health policy, quality of care, health economics, orthopaedics, pediatrics, adolescent medicine, mental health, infectious disease, alcohol and substance abuse, tobacco use, cardiac surgery, arthritis, dentistry, neurology, nursing home performance, and occupational health.
Dr. Richard Pollard
Psychology, Sociology, Management, Leadership, Organization Development, Organizational Behavior, Cross-Cultural Management/International Business
Richard Pollard (Ph.D. Harvard University) has held professorships at Northeastern University, University of Arizona, and Lewis & Clark College. He has served as chair or reader on numerous doctoral dissertations in management, organizational development, leadership, nursing, homeland security, and social/environmental sustainability.
He designed the doctoral programs at Colorado Technical University and served as the founding Chancellor of CTU’s Institute for Advanced Studies, where he oversaw all dissertation chairs and readers. He has taught statistics and research methods at all levels from undergraduate through doctoral.
His primary areas of expertise include organizational behavior, organization development
Raven Woods, PhD
Professor of Statistical Methods, PhD, Educational Psychology with a major in Research, Evaluation, Measurement, and Statistics. M.S. Educational Research, B.S., Mathematics
Dr. Woods has over 25 years of experience primarily teaching online graduate-level statistical methods courses and advising students in research methods across various degree programs in the Colleges of Education, Social and Behavioral Sciences, Nursing, and Business, as well as across various degree programs within the university (including online and hybrid graduate degree programs and certificates in cohort-based programs).
As a methodologist, her expertise is in teaching and advising in quantitative methods; therefore, regardless of your substantive area, She can guide you through many different areas of your dissertation or theses research.