About

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.

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.

Graduate students

Research Interns

  • Rui Li, PhD student in Epidemiology
  • Annie Yu, PhD student in Biostatistics
  • Kevin Naaman, PhD student in Epidemiology
  • Bipasha Vasudevan, MS student in Biostatistics
  • Bailey Ortyl, MS student in Biostatistics
  • Nitanshu Joshi, MS student in Data Science
  • Luke Still, MPH student in Epidemiology
  • Korlu Sorsor, MPH student in Epidemiology

Faculty

Faculty in the Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics offer specialized expertise in a wide variety of research methods and contexts. 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-ctsi-logo.jpg 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.