I teach biostatistics courses across all education levels, including undergraduate, masters, and PhD student learners. I also develop courses for traditional in-person experiences as well as classes that are delivered completely online. I design my courses to ease students back into a mathematical mindset, and slowly build up to statistical formulae through intuitive and instructive real-world examples.

In recognition of my teaching achievements, while maintaining an active research portfolio, I was selected as the 2015 Northeastern University Kenerson Faculty Scholar, an award that recognizes a faculty member who has shown a commitment to improving the health of people in the urban community through interdisciplinary research and teaching activities.

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