The Biostatistics Core Seminar Series has wrapped for the season. Full recordings of the Spring series are available to watch online. The Seminar Series will return in the fall; updates will be posted to this page and in the weekly Advance-CTR email newsletter

Thank you to all who attended the Spring series in person or online. We looked forward to seeing you in the fall! 

About the Biostatistics Core Seminar Series

Presented by the Research Design, Epidemiology, and Biostatistics Core of Advance-CTR, this bi-monthly Seminar Series offers instruction on data analysis (first Tuesday of each month), and study design (last Thursday of each month). The Seminars are available to attend in-person, or remotely via Zoom. A recording of each Seminar will be made available online for those who are unable to attend. Please email [email protected] with any questions. 

Presented by: 

large_jess kaminsky1.pngJess Kaminsky is pursuing her ScM in Biostatistics at Brown University and is a Research Assistant at the Center for Evidence Synthesis in Health. During her time at CESH she has contributed to the development of online courses and the website for Evidence Synthesis Academy. She has experience teaching mathematics and statistics in both classroom and tutoring settings at the elementary, secondary, and graduate level. She also has experience working as a data analyst in a variety of settings – including Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement and genomics. Upon her graduation from Brown in May 2019, Jess will begin working at King’s Academy as a member of the mathematics faculty.


large_gabriella silva.jpgGabriella Silva is pursuing her PhD in Biostatistics at Brown University. Her dissertation research focuses on improving and refining the statistical methodology used to assess provider performance. She has also worked in research examining mortality trends over time for veterans diagnosed with heart failure and pneumonia. Gaby enjoys teaching mathematics and statistics in various educational settings; while she predominantly taught at the elementary and middle school level before coming to Brown, her most recent teaching experiences are at the graduate level.