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Jason Roy, PhD

Director, RUBIES
Chair, Department of Biostatistics-Epidemiology,
Rutgers School of Public Health

Jason Roy is Professor and Chair of the Department of Biostatistics and Epidemiology in Rutgers School of Public Health. He has expertise in causal inference, database research, pharmacoepidemiology, and missing data methods.

Patricia Greenberg, MS

Administrative Manager & Senior Biostatistician, RUBIES

Patricia joined the RUBIES team in October 2018, bringing over 6 years of statistical consulting experience from both academic and hospital-based clinical research settings. She has worked on various collaborative projects with faculty researchers, physicians, residents, and students of varying experience levels in (but not limited to) the therapeutic areas of: Emergency medicine, Internal medicine, Laboratory science and testing, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Oncology, Pediatrics, Trauma and Surgery, and Pharmacy. She has co-authored numerous papers in peer-reviewed journals and has presented results from some of these studies at national medical conferences. Patricia is always open to learning new things and is happy to share any research “best practices” that she has picked up along the way.

Tracy Andrews, MS

Biostatistician, RUBIES

Tracy came to Rutgers in May 2019 with over 15 years of experience working as a biostatistician in both the behavioral/ social and medical sciences. During this time, she has worked for the government, in think tanks, and in academic and hospital-based clinical research settings, giving her a broad base of experience. She has collaborated with researchers from a wide-range of medical disciplines, including but not limited to those in Oncology/Transplant, Pediatrics, Neonatology, Trauma, Cardiology, Basic Science, and Surgery. As a sociologist and demographer, she has also studied the health and well-being of low-income families, children, and the elderly and evaluated the effectiveness of interventions and programs designed to support these populations. In addition to her experience with quantitative data, Tracy is also a trained qualitative researcher. Her research has been published in peer-reviewed journals and presented at national meetings. She encourages researchers to reach out to a biostatistician early in the planning phases of a research project; we are here to help and be part of the team!