Dr. Moineddin has performed extensive research in biostatistics and primary care research. He has a strong theoretical background in statistics, biostatistics and methodology and has collaborated with many senior health science researchers over his career.
Dr. Moineddin’s contributions in research always go well beyond the statistical analysis of complex data or the provision of methodological advice; rather, he provides in-depth participation in research design and methodological approaches and the subsequent translation of important research findings into practical knowledge. He makes strong contributions to the interpretation of statistical analyses and communicates his findings effectively in the manuscripts on which he collaborates. Dr. Moineddin has extensive experience with large administrative data bases, specifically those located at the Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences, and the Canadian Community Health Surveys which are linked to ICES health services data. He has in-depth knowledge of randomized and clustered randomized controlled clinical trials and was lead biostatistician on several clinical trials research projects.
Dr. Moineddin has provided exceptional supervision and mentorship to countless health sciences students. He has a wealth of knowledge in advanced statistics and methods and has the ability to translate complex issues into bite size pieces to enable students to grasp complex theoretical concepts in statistics. In addition to his ability to teach complex theory he is extremely proficient in SAS programming and advanced statistical models.