Principal Data Scientist
Linda is a Doctoral student at the University of Utah within the Department of Population Health Sciences with an emphasis in Biostatistics. Her research focuses on developing methods for analyzing multicollinearity among multiple exposures and causal inference in multi-stage modeling. She has cross-disciplinary expertise in Statistics, Data Science, and Biostatistics.
Linda is currently a graduate research assistant at the CCTS Study Design and Biostatistics Center at the University of Utah School of Medicine. In her collaborative research, Linda has worked on observational and experimental studies using various statistical modeling techniques.
Linda received her M.S. in Statistics from Northern Arizona University.