Dr. John Doucette, Assistant Professor of Preventive Medicine, is available to provide biostatistics support to medical students working on research projects. He has worked with medical students for several years on the initial design of their projects or the analysis of resulting data. To arrange for a consultation, please email Dr. Doucette directly.
Additional Statistical Support
The Medical Student Research Office is pleased to announce additional statistical support for research projects in the form of peer tutoring.
Kai Dallas, class of 2013, has generously offered to help students with project design and statistical analysis. Kai has a degree in biometry/biostatistics and has corresponded on several research projects here at Mount Sinai, amassing significant experience in quantitative methods especially relevant to medical research.
If you would like help designing a project, analyzing data, using statistical packages or even interpreting results feel free to email Kai directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.