Dr. Goss is an Instructor of Biostatistics at the Washington University School of Medicine. He graduated with an MS in Biology from Florida International University in 2006 and a PhD in Environment and Natural Resources from Ohio State University in 2014. He has been with the Division of Biostatistics since 2015.
Dr. Goss’s research focuses on the design and analysis of clinical trials and observational studies. He has worked in a variety of research areas including asthma and airway diseases, infectious diseases, kidney and liver transplantation, post-transplant lymphoproliferative disorders (PTLDs), endocrinology, and orthopedic surgery. Dr. Goss is involved in international projects that include drug safety, efficacy, and dosing studies for the treatment of lymphatic filariasis in developing countries, and statistical training courses in Rwanda. Dr. Goss also has experience in the field of ecology and has been involved in the design and analysis of environmental monitoring and impact assessment studies.