The mission of the Biostatistics Consulting Center (BCC) is to support study design and data analysis for research in health, medicine, and life-sciences.

We are a cost-recovery service with professional biostatisticians available for collaborating on research projects through grant-funded research or hourly billing.

We serve faculty and graduate students at Indiana University as well as external non-profits and industry.

We're hiring! 
We have an immediate opening for a professional Biostatistician. 
Candidates must hold an M.S. in biostatistics, statistics, or related discipline. The candidate should have experience with linear and logistic regression, survival analysis, repeated measures ANOVA, mixed effects modeling, and non-parametric analyses. A successful candidate will have proficiency in computing, knowledge of statistical packages such as R, SASSPSSSTATA, excellent communication, attention to detail and organization, knowledge of scientific research design and randomized controlled trials, knowledge of data file handling techniques, and professional writing skills. Two to three years of experience is preferred but not required. 
Apply here by Feb 29, 2024. https://indiana.peopleadmin.com/postings/21716 

Consulting Associates

Our part-time, remote staff:


Jocelyn Mineo, MS

MS in Biostatistics from University of Pittsburgh
Skills and interests: research coordination, project management, biostatistics, R programming, data visualization, scientific writing.

Carlos Serrano, MS

MS in Biostatistics from University of Minnesota
Skills and interests: biostatistics, linear mixed models, randomized clinical trials, hierarchical bayes, MC markov chain sampling, data wrangling in R.

Kurt White, Ph.D.

Ph.D. in Epidemiology from Indiana University
Skills and interests: population differences in disease prevalence, health promotion, data management and analysis, and applied biostatistics.

Xingsheng Li, Ph.D. MSPH

Ph.D. in Physiology, MSPH in Biostatistics from University of Alabama Birmingham
Skills and interests: clinical research, metabolism, generalized linear mixed models, survival, meta-analysis, categorical, survey data. SAS, Stata, SPSS, R.

Graduate students

  • Pranav Kapoor, PhD Epidemiology student
  • Bailey Ortyl, MS Biostatistics student
  • Lijiang Guo, PhD Computer Science student


Faculty in the Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics offer specialized expertise in a wide variety of research methods and contexts. Consider collaborating with an Epi-Bio faculty as a Co-Investigator on your next grant along with BCC staff to support. Browse the profiles in the faculty directory to identify a collaborator for your next project.


The BCC is housed in the Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics in the School of Public Health – Bloomington at Indiana University.


indiana Clinical and Translational Sciences institute Logo The Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics is part of the  Biostatistics, Epidemiology and Research Design (BERD)  program in the  Indiana Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute (CTSI) .  The BCC is a service core providing professional service to facilitate research in translational sciences.