Brenden Dufault, MSc
Brenden Dufault received his MSc in Biostatistics & Epidemiology from the University of Western Ontario in 2009 and has been working as a statistical consultant ever since. He has collaborated with researchers in medicine, dentistry, psychology, nursing, public health, as well as government agencies and the pharmaceutical industry. Although a jack of trades, he specializes in mixed-effects models, latent class and trajectory analysis, and machine learning techniques such as random forests. He is slowly and tortuously transitioning to a Bayesian worldview.
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Location: 3rd Floor, Chown Building, 753 McDermot Ave., Winnipeg, Manitoba, CA
Clinical gastroenterology and hepatology : the official clinical practice journal of the American Gastroenterological Association, 2016,
Education, Employment, Income, and Marital Status Among Adults Diagnosed With Inflammatory Bowel Diseases During Childhood or Adolescence.
Central intake to improve access to physiotherapy for children with complex needs: a mixed methods case report.
Impact of a randomized possible selves experiment on new retirees' physical activity and identity.
Longitudinal Brain Magnetic Resonance Imaging CO2 Stress Testing in Individual Adolescent Sports-Related Concussion Patients:?A Pilot Study.
Can Latent Class Analysis Be Used to Improve the Diagnostic Process in Pediatric Patients with Chronic Ataxia?
Quality improvement in paediatric inflammatory bowel disease: the Manitoba experience.
Data quality of electronic medical records in Manitoba: do problem lists accurately reflect chronic disease billing diagnoses?
Dignity and Distress towards the End of Life across Four Non-Cancer Populations.
Brain magnetic resonance imaging CO2 stress testing in adolescent postconcussion syndrome.
Prevalence of Peripheral Eosinophilia at Diagnosis in Children With Inflammatory Bowel Disease.
Eliciting Personhood Within Clinical Practice: Effects on Patients, Families, and Health Care Providers.