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Gina-Maria Pomann

Associate Professor of Biostatistics & Bioinformatics
Biostatistics & Bioinformatics, Division of Biostatistics
Duke Box 2721, Durham, NC 27710
2424 Erwin Road Ste 1105, 11039 Hock Plaza, Durham, NC 27705

Teaching Activities

2023  Seminar for Career Opportunities for Brown Biostatistics Masters and PhD Students. Invited Lecturer for 15 graduate students at Brown University to teach them about careers in Collaborative Biostatistics.     

2023  Notre Dame Masters in Data Science Program. Invited Lecturer for 40 Masters students participating in an immersion in health and medical data science on ‘Careers in Academia for Collaborative Biostatisticians’.           

2022  Collaborative Undergraduate Biostatistics Experience. Lecturer and Mentor for an undergraduate program focused on promoting diversity in collaborative biostatistics through the Center for Biostatistics and Health Data Science at Virginia Tech.  for the Social Science Research Lab: Evaluating Clinical and Translational Research for Healthcare Improvement.

2022  Evaluation of Collaborative Biostatistics Architecture. Invited Guest Lecturer for the Social Science Research Lab: Evaluating Clinical and Translational Research for Healthcare Improvement.

2021  How to Be an Effective Statistician Workshop. Co-Developed two workshops for over 30 collaborative biostatisticians with Alexander Schacht.

2021  Biostatistics Collaborations in Medical Research. NCSU Consulting Course invited lecture.

2021   Conducting Data Driven Research in Medicine. Responsible Conduct of Research Course Presentation.

2016-Present  Online Courses for Biostatistics Collaborations, Duke University,  Design and oversee the development of online courses to educate medical trainees about topics in Biostatistics.

2016-Present Workshops for TL1 and KL2 Scholars. Design and lead 1-hour workshops annually on biostatistics topics for all Duke TL1 and KL2 scholars.

2015-Present Workshops on Collaborating with Biostatisticians, Duke University Over 300 Duke clinical and translational trainees have benefited from the development and implementation of 2-hour workshops for specific clinical departments to teach faculty and trainees about collaborating with biostatisticians. These are run as needed/requested and we usually have 10 per year.

2015-Present Biostatistics Core Training and Internship Program (BCTIP), Duke University Over 80 Masters of Biostatistics students have participated in this training program that provide s6-8 weeks of formal training for students who are then mentored through 6-18 months of hands on experience on collaborative projects throughout Duke.

2015-Present  Imaging and Functional Data Analysis, Summer Institute in Biostatistics (SIBS), Duke University (Instructor) Instructor for a 2-hour workshop for SIBS students.

2014 Introduction to Statistics, North Carolina State University Instructor for a full semester: undergraduate introduction to statistics course in the Statistics Department.

Summer 2011 Computation for Undergraduates in Statistics Program, NCSU

Summer 2013 Mentored students on projects and served as teaching assistant for weekly labs.