Martina Pavlicova, PhD, MS
Dr. Martina Pavlicova graduated with PhD from the Statistics Department at the Ohio State University, with a primary focus on spatial statistics and statistical issues when analyzing functional magnetic resonance imaging. Currently, her research interests include spatial statistics, statistical issues when analyzing functional magnetic resonance imaging, multiple comparison problems, clinical trials, generalized longitudal mixed effect statistical models, zero-inflated models, and analysis of categorical data. She is also interested in new methods of teaching statistics and biostatistics and developing new teaching approaches for non-statistics master and PhD students. Additionally, Dr. Pavlicova serves as senior biostatistician on several clinical trials in psychiatry.
Sheila Nemeth, PhD
Sheila Nemeth is a doctoral student in Epidemiology with research interests in partner management for sexually transmitted infections and antibiotic resistance. From 2012-2016 she has been a teaching assistant or instructor for Introduction to Biostatistics, Categorical Data Analysis, Applied Regression, and Quantitative Foundations.