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Ramon Durazo-Arvizu, Ph.D. is a Professor of Public Health Sciences and has a strong background in mathematics and computer intensive statistical methods. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Arizona in Applied Mathematics, where he spent three years teaching mathematics and statistics courses. Additional teaching and research experience was gained through work at:The Arizona Cancer Center in Tucson, Arizona,The University of Sonora, Hermosillo, Master’s program in Psychology and Business Administration, The Mayo Clinic Cancer Center in Rochester, Minnesota,The Medical University of South Carolina,Northwestern University Medical School, The Department of Public Health Sciences at Loyola University Medical Center where he serves as the head of the Biostatistics Division and co-director of the Master's Program in Clinical Research Methods. Dr. Durazo-Arvizu’s experience in applied statistics includes the analysis of time to an event data (Survival Analysis), multivariate linear and logistic regression, the genetics of hypertension, and the analysis of longitudinal data. In addition, he has gained extensive experience analyzing national data bases, including NHIS, NHANES, and has developed better models to explain the relationship between body mass index and mortality in blacks and whites after adjusting for relevant risk factors. In particular, he has combined existing statistical methods with newer computing techniques, such as bootstrapping and approximate randomization tests, to arrive at models that provide a better fit of the association between body mass index and all-cause mortality. Dr. Durazo-Arvizu has ample experience in statistical consulting with the different health sciences departments including Anesthesiology, Emergency Medicine, Pediatrics, Oncology, Endocrinology, Psychiatry (Alcohol and Drug Abuse Treatment), Rheumatology, Cardiology, Preventive Medicine, and others.
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