Amy Shui For tutoring/statistical consulting, contact: Degrees/CertificationsS.B. in Math, MIT M.A. in Biostatistics, Boston University (BU) M.A. in Math Education, New York University (NYU) (including over 700 hours of student-teaching/classroom experience) New York State Teaching Certification in Mathematics ExperienceClinical research and SAS programming since 2004 Statistician for clinical researchers since 2006 - Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) Biostatistics Center (Boston, MA) - Brigham & Women's Hospital (Boston, MA) - research in autism, neurology, psychiatry, cardiology, infectious diseases, respiratory diseases, type II diabetes, and health policy (cancer and autism) Assisted in developing course material for Harvard University online Applied Biostatistics certificate course Co-author of presentation, "Developing Online Resources to Teach Biostatistics to Working Medical Researchers" - presented at Joint Statistical Meetings (JSM) 2015, Seattle, WA NYU Statistics Instructor and Biostatistics Teaching Assistant New School (Eugene Lang College) Quantitative Reasoning Instructor NYU Global MPH Program Biostatistics II tutor Tutored more than 20 NYU graduate students in Biostatistics I & II Statistical SoftwareSAS, R, Stata, SPSS Relevant CoursesBU:Epidemiologic Methods Probability Mathematical Statistics Intermediate Statistical Computing and Applied Regression Analysis (in SAS) Applied Regression and Analysis of Variance I Statistical Methods for Epidemiology Logistic Regression and Survival Analysis Analysis of Correlated Data MIT:Intro to Computers and Engineering Problem Solving (in Java) Math for Computer Science Principles of Applied Math Statistics for Applications Econometrics Health Economics Linear Algebra Differential Equations Introduction to Mathematical Logic and Recursion Theory Management Communication NYU:Teaching of Secondary School Mathematics (Methods I and II) Educating Students with Disabilities Curriculum and Assessment in Secondary Mathematics Inquiries into Teaching and Learning Language and Literacy Acquisition and Development Adolescent Development: Theory and Research Teaching Geometry Teaching Algebra and Trigonometry Number Theory |