Jessica McKinney-Ketchum, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Department of Biostatistics
Dr. McKinney-Ketchum is an Assistant Professor in VCU’s Department of Biostatistics. She has a BS in Math from New Mexico State and Ph.D. in Biostatistics from VCU. Dr. McKinney-Ketchum has extensive training & experience in database development, research methodology, and statistical analysis procedures.
She is proficient in SAS, S+, SPSS, JMP, R, SigmaPlot, NQuery, DBMS Copy, Excel, Access, Word, Dreamweaver, UNIX, and other related statistical programs. Dr. McKinney-Ketchum works with multiple end-users; including VCU physician scientists, researchers, clinicians, rehabilitation specialists, and academicians from the Schools of Medicine, Allied Health, Education, Social Work and Rehabilitation Engineering, as well as the Hunter Holmes Veterans Administration Medical Center and the VA Department of Rehabilitative Services. She provides statistical support for research projects/clinical trials in the areas of study design, data extraction, appropriate statistical analysis, & interpretation of results.
Gary, K., Ketchum, J., Arango-Lasprilla, J., Kreutzer, J., Novack, T., Copolillo, A. & Deng, X. (2010). Differences in employment outcomes 10 years after traumatic brain injury among racial and ethnic minority groups. Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation, 33(1), 65-75.