To collaborate with principal investigators and other clients on the biostatistical, bioinformatical, and biomathematical aspects of basic science, clinical, and population science research projects, especially those likely to lead to research grant support.
To participate effectively in clinical trials by providing biostatistical, bioinformatical, and biomathematical input to the planning of all Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center (LCCC) clinical trials. By active membership on the Clinical Research Committee and providing biostatistical reviews of proposed protocols. And, by the monitoring of all LCCC trials through the Data and Safety Monitoring Committee and the Protocol Review and Monitoring System.
To educate evidence-based research investigators, staff and students in biostatistical, bioinformatical, and biomathematical methodology for the planning, carrying out, analysis and interpretation of cancer research studies and other medical, population-based and statistical research.
To research biostatistical, bioinformatical, and biomathematical methodology on problems arising in collaborations with investigators on a wide variety of research projects.