Research Interests: Causal inference; experimental design; missing data; observational data
Courses: Principles of Biostatistics; General Linear Modeling
Education History: PhD, Statistics, University of California - Davis
SLU faculty since: 2013
Travis Loux, PhD, is an assistant professor in the Department of Biostatistics. After receiving his PhD in Statistics from UC Davis, he was a visiting faculty member at UC Santa Barbara before joining the faculty at SLU.
Dr. Loux's main research interests lie in the methodology and application of causal inference and closely related techniques in experimental design, meta-analysis, and missing data problems. His current applied projects include comparing quality of care for breast cancer patients across ethnicities and insurance models and relating hospital accreditations to outcomes of patients admitted for myocardial infarction. Dr. Loux is also very interested in teaching and statistics education, especially statistical literacy in the general population.