I am a statistician because I enjoy tackling the questions of data-driven health research. I pursued a PhD because I love to teach. This is an exciting era in health research; new and better technologies are offering researchers opportunities to collect, explore, and engage biological, social, and economic data as never before. I enjoy collaborating with researchers in this new frontier.
- UVA DS 2006 - Computational Probability, 2023 link to current course
- UVA DS 6400 - Machine Learning I, 2022 - 2023 link to current course
- UVA DS 6300 - Probability and Stochastic Processes, 2022
- VU DS 5620 - Probability and Inference, 2019 - 2021
- VU MSCI 5015 - Biostatistics II, 2016 - 2022
- VU PUBH 5502 - Biostatistics I, 2018 - 2019
- UNC BIOS 600 - Principles of Statistical Inference, 2011
Conference sessions, Seminars, Workshops, JIT instruction
- [Invited session, 2019] Stewart TG and Spratt H. Biostatistics and Data Science: Identifying Their Complementary Roles in Clinical and Translational Research. Translational Science, Washington DC.
- [Invited workshop, 2019] Smith DK and Stewart TG. Understanding the Design of Systematic Reviews, Meta-analyses, and Clinical Studies in Supportive Care. MASCC/ISOO Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA.
- [Short Course, 2021] Stewart T, Shotwell M, and Blume J. Principles of Prediction and Inference in Machine Learning. Conference on Statistical Practice, Online.
- Resources for new STATA users
- [HSR Biostatistics Seminar, Sept 2016] Propensity score matching in STATA
- [Vanderbilt/University of Duhok Linkages, Sept 2016] Reproducible research tools
- [CRC Workshop, March 2018] Ideas for reproducible manuscripts
- Alfresco for collaboration
- [CRC Workshop, March 2019] How to use regression to estimate & interpret non-linear associations
- [MASCCO/ISOO 2019] Bias Assessment of Observational Studies
- [2019 Vanderbilt Mouse Kidney Injury Workshop] Power calculations for mouse research
- [2020 Epi Lunch and Learn] How to improve your study design with simulation(code)
- [CRC Workshop, January 2020] What to Say (and Not Say) When P > 0.05
- VU MSCI