Paul Juneau joined the NIH Library as a contractor in July 2019. Paul is a statistician with several years of experience supporting biomedical research in matters pertaining to study design, data analysis, and the reporting of results in peer-reviewed publications. He is also an instructor in statistical methods, designing and teaching courses to audiences of varying levels of experience with statistical theory and application.
As part of his duties at the NIH Library, Paul has three primary sets of responsibilities. He is a resource for statistical questions related, but not limited to study design, data summarization, analysis, modeling, visualization, and results reporting. He is responsible for collaborations with the research community to better understand their training needs and desires so that he can identify, create and teach programs in statistical methods to support the research objectives of groups and individuals across the NIH and HHS. He is also an experienced SAS programmer and JMP user and can provide support for the use of these two statistical tools.
What Can I Do For You
- Develop and conduct individual or group instruction on statistical estimation, inference and modeling, both online and in-person
- Help write SAS code/macros for various statistical needs
- Recommend statistical references and tools
- Assist with statistical content for sections of manuscripts, research proposals or statistical analysis plans
Last modified date: Tue, 07/16/2019 - 10:03am