Preparing your Curriculum Vitae for your Faculty Tenure Package? Use My Hacks!

College, academia

One day, I was riding home in the back of a Lyft and my phone rang with an unfamiliar Florida number. A voice that sounded gruff and vaguely threatening insisted in a heavy accent that I knew who he was. After an escalating back and forth, I realized it really actually was my colleague from […]

Teaching or Taking Healthcare Statistics? Get Curriculum Materials Here!

Bar chart for visualization in data science

From 2012 until recently, I was an adjunct lecturer at Laboure College in Milton, Massachusetts. At that time, I taught a course called, “Essentials of Statistics” in person, in a hybrid setting, and entirely online. Purchase Study Materials & Curriculum   Textbook Lectures and Demonstration First, I picked out just certain parts of the book […]

Slides for US Healthcare System Lecture Series on YouTube

Surgeons performing surgery while making an incision

From 2012 until recently, I was an adjunct lecturer at Laboure College in Milton, Massachusetts. At that time, I taught a course called, “Fundamentals of US Healthcare Delivery” in person, in a hybrid setting, and entirely online. Textbook Lectures I developed PowerPoint slides and recorded YouTube lectures for Chapters 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, […]

Which Independent Variables Belong in a Regression Equation? We Don’t All Agree, But Here’s What I Do.

Little table of X Y Pairs with a Regresion Diagram with Least Squares Line

During my failed attempt to get a PhD from the University of South Florida, my doctor friend asked me one day to build a linear regression model using a small dataset he had collected from a lab. He had measurements of these “new” chemical messengers called cytokines – so that definitely dates this story! I […]