Al Bartolucci, Ph.D., content expert , is a Professor of Biostatistics at the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) and has been a statistical researcher and collaborator for the past 28 years Dr. Bartolucci has actively collaborated in all projects in determining sample size and data analysis strategies.
also supervises and monitors data management staff for several collaborative studies both locally and nationally.
He also monitors progress of the projects and Cores including the Biostatistical Core for the UAB Alzheimer's Disease Research Center (ADRC).
is PI of that particular Core.
As concerns data management personnel he
monitors and examines data on an ongoing basis, designs and directs appropriate analyses, and participates in interpreting and reporting results.
serves as a training resource to UAB investigators.
regularly mentors young investigators on training and start up grant awards.
Dr. Bartolucci has served as principal investigator on several national and international clinical trial coordinating centers sponsored by the NIH for the past 30 years including the Southeastern Cancer Study Group, Urologic Oncology Group, Intergroup Melanoma Study and the VA sponsored Gulf War Veteran's Study.
He is currently the Director of the Statistical Core for the National Study of Ozone Effect on Infant Development sponsored by the NIEHS.
has had many years of experience and collaboration with clinical and basic science investigators.
He is also consultant to the Section on Statistical Genetics at UAB.