Statistical Methods for the Biological, Environmental, and Health Sciences

Instructor: Lelys Bravo de Guenni

Office: Baskin Engineering 357B
Phone: 459-5311 (email is preferred)
Office Hours: Monday 10:30-12:30pm, Wednesday 10:30-12:30pm, or by appointment

Lectures:Tuesday, Thursday 2:00-3:45pm, Humn Lecture 206
Required Text: Biostatistics for the Biological and Health Sciences, M. M. Triola and M. F. Triola, Pearson (2006).

Course Objectives:To introduce the basic ideas of probability and statistics with emphasis on applications to the
natural and social sciences and to everyday life.  While we will learn how to do some calculations by hand, the primary goal is understanding of concepts, including the ability to interpret results.  Topics are detailed in the schedule on back.

Course Syllabus

Teaching Assistants:


Discussion Sections: All Discussion Sections will be held at N. Sci. Annex 101

Day Time TA
Monday 9:30-10:40am Nicholas Grunloh
Tuesday 6:00-7:10pm Brenda Betancourt
Tuesday 7:30-8:40pm Brenda Betancourt
Wednesday 2:00-3:10pm Nicole Beyer
Thursday 8:30-9:40am Nicholas Grunloh


AMS 7 Lab: All students must be enrolled in the concurrent AMS 7 Lab (AMS 7L). The administration of the lab is independent from this class. If you have any questions concerned with the lab please ask the lab's instructors.

AMS 7L Instructors:

  • Maria DeYoreo -
  • Sai Xiao -


MSI Final Schedule

Jessica Johnston -

Monday 5-6:15 PM at ARC 203
Tuesday 4- 5:15 PM at Oakes Learning Center (This Section will be moved to Jack Baskin 152 begining April 23rd)
Wednesday 3:30-4:40 PM at ARC 203   


Instructors and Assistants