Graduated from Agricultural Economics this summer. Now Tina has accepted a post-doc position at UPenn on energy consumption and efficiency.
I graduated from the Statistics BS program in May of 2013. I moved up to Madison, Wisconsin in July and started working as Business Intelligence Developer for Epic (the electronic medical record vendor). The end of 2013 and beginning of 2014 have been filled with plenty of interesting and new challenges. Working for Epic presents with new experiences and problems every day which I am forced to think creatively to solve. Additionally, having grown up in warm summer climes, I have had to adapt to the harsh, snowy winters in Wisconsin in a pinch.
Transitioning from Sales Director in the Technology industry to Academia in software (JMP from SAS).
I retired in 2003 from my last job of teaching Biostatistics at Georgia Southern University. Prior to this I worked as a biostatistician for the various pharmaceutical companies in New Jersey, mainly in the field of clinical trials. During retirement, I spend most of my time in spiritual activities and try to remain healthy. All our children are independent and have their families.
I received my PhD in Educational Research and Evaluation from Virginia Tech in 2009. Currently I am the Statistician for Advanc-Ed in Alpharetta GA.
Currently am the Program Manager for the University of Michigan's Debate Team and living in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
I received my Masters in Biostatistics at University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC) in 2007 and have been working at the US Census Bureau since 2006 as a mathematical statistician. I got married in 2006 to Stephen Balogh and have 3 children Elizabeth, Alexander, and Audrey.
Located in New York City, working as a statistical consultant on analytics/Big Data projects for Ernst & Young.
I continue to work as a Senior Statistical Programmer/Analyst at Duke Clinical Research Institute, in Durham, North Carolina. This past year, my primary focus has been clinical trials and manuscript work over many different therapeutic areas.