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Location:
Ballwin, Missouri, United States
Posted:
June 20, 2010
Email:
hqvbil@r.postjobfree.com
Contact Info:
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JOEL P. MILLER

CONTACT INFORMATION:
*** ***** **** *****
Ballwin, MO 63021
Telephone: 573-***-****
Email: hqvbil@r.postjobfree.com

EDUCATION

BS Statistics
December 2001
University of Missouri-Columbia
Columbia, Missouri

MA Statistics
MA Economics
May 2005
University of Missouri-Columbia
Columbia, Missouri

EXPERIENCE

December 2007 – Present
Statistician
Certus International, Inc.
Chesterfield, Missouri

Responsibilities include preparing statistical analysis plans; researching and keeping current with statistical methodologies for analyzing clinical trial data; designing and preparing datasets for statistical analysis and summary; writing and validating programs for statistical analysis of research data, for generating summary tables and figures for research data, to perform logic checks as specified in the research projects’ data validation plans, and to generate subject data listings; interpreting results of analyses and summaries and assisting in writing statistical sections of study reports; assisting in preparation of data validation plans for research data; assisting in the development and customization of SAS applications for storing and managing research data; and performing secondary review and validation of other programmers’ SAS code.

May 2007 – Present
Adjunct Statistics and Economics Instructor
St. Louis Community College-Meramec
Kirkwood, Missouri

Educating statistics students in probability theory and distributions, single/two sample inference, regression and economics students in the macro, micro, and international economies; writing exams and designing computer coursework; and creating interactive webpage to be utilized by students.

2006 – December 2007
Contractor, Ecology
US Geological Survey
Columbia, Missouri

Responsibilities included developing Kalman filtering/smoothing programs via Bayesian hierarchical model; and data manipulation and experimental design.

2001 – December 2007
University of Missouri-Columbia
Columbia, Missouri

2006 – December 2007 Research Assistant, Department of Statistics. Responsibilities included implementing dynamic spatio-temporal model for economic business cycles; model design and development using various algorithms and modeling techniques; and designing and equipping data sets for statistical analyses using S-Plus/SAS.

2002 – 2006 Graduate Instructor, Department of Statistics. Responsibilities included educating business students in single/two sample inference, regression and analysis of variance; writing exams and designing computer coursework; and creating interactive webpage to be utilized by students.

2001 – 2006 Student Assistant Professional, Learning Center. Responsibilities included assisting undergraduate students with statistical courses; conducting exam reviews for statistical courses; and training tutors over upcoming material.

Summer 2002 Research Assistant Intern
General Medical Sciences & Biostatistics
Washington University
St. Louis, Missouri

Responsibilities included creating programs for data mining techniques using S-Plus; and contributing statistical opinions during meetings and consulting sessions.

MEMBERSHIPS

2005 – 2006 Institute of Mathematical Statistics
2001 – 2007 Statistics Graduate Student Association
2001 – 2003 Statistics Graduate Student Association
Secretary/Treasurer
2000 – 2005 American Statistical Association

AWARDS

2005 – 2006 Outstanding Graduate Instructor Award
2002 – 2003 Outstanding Graduate Instructor Award
2001 – 2002 Albert Winemiller Scholarship