Statistics & Epidemiology

Our Statisticians and Epidemiologists have extensive experience in creating, manipulating, and analyzing large complex data sets and devising appropriate methods for summarizing, interpreting, and presenting the data compiled from studies and projects. In addition, they ensure appropriate statistical methodologies are followed for analysis, plan data collection activities, review the quality of collected data for precision and validity of the information collected and, prepare advanced statistical reports for use in publishing. They also provide advance computer programming support for program evaluation and research projects that can include linear mixed models, conditional logistic regression models, generalized estimating equations (GEE) models, and nonlinear models.

Our Epidemiologists Develop

Our Epidemiologists develop and execute epidemiological studies designed to address customer-specified objectives for disease management and environmental health surveillance in local public health programs. They specialize in the identification of risk factors associated with illness, disease, and the well-being of diverse populations.

Our Epidemiologists have extensive experience in the research areas of infectious diseases, cancer, cardiovascular disease, environmental and occupational health, infectious disease, injury prevention, reproductive health, and prenatal healthcare.

Statistics and Epidemiology Capabilities

Statistical Analysis
and Modeling

Development of
Statistical Software


Study Design, Sample Size
and Power Calculation

Development of Data
Collection Tools

Data Collection
and Management


Conduct of
Health Studies



Systematic Literature
Review and Meta-analysis

Scientific Report and Manuscript
Writing & Preparation