Meet Biostatistician John Kloke, PhD

Biostatistician John Kloke, PhD, provides data analytics strategy development and one-on-one consultation for DFMCH faculty and staff.

Biostatistician John Kloke, PhD, provides data analytics strategy development and one-on-one consultation for DFMCH faculty and staff.

The UW Department of Family Medicine and Community Health (DFMCH) is pleased to welcome John Kloke, PhD, in the role of primary care statistician.

John is an assistant scientist in the UW Department of Biostatistics and Medical Informatics. His research interests include nonparametric statistics, statistical computing, and the design and analysis of clinical trials.

John earned a BS in mathematics from the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh, and an MS and PhD in statistics from Western Michigan University. He has held faculty positions at the University of Pittsburgh, Bucknell University and Pomona College.

At the DFMCH, John is developing the analytics component of a new database strategy that aims to make our electronic health record data more accessible and interpretable for both operational and research purposes.

In addition, he’ll devote some of his time to consult with faculty, staff and students on their own quality improvement, research, and analysis needs.

John has a 30% appointment with the DFMCH, and is in Room 3842 of Alumni Hall on Tuesday and Thursday mornings. To schedule a consultation with him, please contact Kellie Hernandez.

Published: July 2015

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