Faculty Research

Our biostatistics faculty are in-demand collaborators. Nearly 70 percent of their time is funded by other departments or external funding agencies for research activity.


Our faculty work closely with VCU researchers from a variety of health science disciplines, and beyond. These collaborative areas include, but are not limited to: dentistry, internal medicine, neurology, surgery, family medicine, physical rehabilitation, pharmacology, and chemistry.


Our faculty serve as key partners in research centers across VCU.

  • Massey Comprehensive Cancer Center: Our faculty members provide support from the initial experimental design stage all the way through scientific publication. They also contribute methodological research and train investigators.
  • Center for the Study of Tobacco Products: Our faculty provide expertise in clinical trial design, sample size, power calculations, repeated measurements and longitudinal modeling. They also guide design, conduct, analysis and reporting.
  • Clinical and Translational Research: At the VCU Wright Center for Clinical and Translational Research, investigators can consult with our biostatisticians for study design and analysis. Other faculty lead efforts to make VCU Health System data accessible for research.