I am a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the Interinstitutional Graduate Program in Biostatistics for Cancer Research between Rice University and MD Anderson Cancer Center under Christine B. Peterson. I attended Baylor University for both my graduate and undergraduate education, earning my Ph.D. in Statistical Science under James D. Stamey and Dean M. Young, and a B.B.A. from their Baylor Business Fellows program with concentrations in Finance, French, and Mathematics.
My doctoral research focused on parameter estimation when data experience misclassification, both under- and over-counting, through the construction of confidence intervals based on integrated-likelihood-ratio methodology. I currently have one paper in production at Statistica Neerlandica and another under review at Information Technology and People, with others in preparation.
I also enjoy teaching, having taught at Baylor University and McLennan Community College during my time in graduate school. Courses that I have taught include: Elementary and Intermediate Algebra, Elementary Statistics, Business Data Analysis, and Introduction to Business Analytics.
PhD in Statistical Sciences, 2020
MS in Statistical Sciences, 2017
BBA in Business, Finance, French, and Mathematics, 2016
T32 grant recipient exploring a career in biostatistical cancer research.
Prepared lessons plans and instructed students.