Patricia Frances Andrews Moodie
Department of Mathematics & Statistics
University of Winnipeg
E-mail: p dot moodie at uwinnipeg dot ca
I received a B.Sc. Honours degree in Biology from Memorial University of Newfoundland, an M.Sc. in Zoology from the University of Alberta, and an M.S. in Biostatistics from the University of Illinois at Chicago. Since 2003, I have been a Research Scholar in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at University of Winnipeg. Prior to that, I was a biostatistician in the Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics at the Manitoba Cancer Treatment and Research Foundation (Cancer Care Manitoba). I was also Head of Biostatistics in the Computer Department for Health Sciences in the Faculty of Medicine and an adjunct lecturer in the Department of Social and Preventive Medicine (Community Health Sciences) in the Faculty of Health Sciences at the University of Manitoba.
These years of teaching and consulting motivated me to write a book on understanding and interpreting intermediate statistical applications for researchers in non-statistical disciplines As enthusiastic users of SAS (Statistical Analysis Software) for over three decades, my co-author Dallas Johnson and I decided our book could greatly benefit those wanting to learn not only how to choose and interpret relevant statistical methods but also how to apply these methods in their research using SAS programs.
Biostatistics has proven to
be a rewarding career for me, offering
intellectually exciting challenges while allowing an
balance. I am delighted that my daughters, Zoe and Erica
are also enjoying the many benefits of
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