I am a biostatistical collaborator and researcher with a broad range of expertise in statistical methods. I have a particular interest in patient-centered outcomes research, infectious diseases, health disparities, and clinical trials design. My biostatistical research area focuses on developing methods for identifying informative censoring in longitudinal studies without need to collect data from subjects after dropping out. I work with clinical and scientific faculty, fellows, residents, and post-docs on externally funded grants, internal clinical trials, and clinical studies. My collaborations with clinical researchers in the Health Sciences Center are fostered by my Division of Epidemiology, Biostatistics, and Preventive Medicine, as well as through the Clinical and Translational Science Center and the Cancer Center. I have served on the New Mexico Cancer Care Alliance's Protocol Review & Monitoring Committee where I reviewed pharmaceutical and institutional clinical trial protocols. I also am the course director and instructor for "Biostatistics for Clinical and Translational Science" in the Master of Science in Clinical Research program. I am currently funded by PCORI, NIH, CDC, and HHS.