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Louis Fogg, PhD

Statistician, College of Nursing
Assistant Professor, College of Nursing
Assistant Professor, Behavioral Sciences
Assistant Professor, Psychiatry
BS Pennsylvania State University, University Park
PhD University of Chicago, Chicago

Dr. Fogg is an expert in clinical research methodology who studied with Donald Fiske, the renowned authority in research design and measurement. Dr. Fogg has provided the statistical expertise on over 25 NIH funded studies, and is a past president of the Chicago Chapter of the American Statistical Association. Among his many NIH grants are recent community-based clinical trials including a  parenting program delivered at inner city preschools, a grief intervention for Alzheimer’s caregivers, a school-based child-parent communication program for Latinos, a home-based walking program for African American women,. He has over 120 peer-reviewed publications and has written extensively in the areas of clinical trials and experimental design.  He and Dr. Deborah Gross have collaborated on a series of articles on innovative methods for conducting nursing research. Through these efforts, Dr. Fogg has become an internationally known expert in the analytic methods associated with Nursing Research.