Dr. Andrew Patterson

Dr. Andrew Patterson is currently an Assistant Professor at MacEwan University, Edmonton, AB in the Department of Sociology. He comes to MacEwan from the University of Alberta where he taught in 2017 – 2018. Previously he was a Postdoctoral Fellow in the Prentice Institute for Global Population and Economy. He holds his doctorate from the University of British Columbia. He has been the recipient of numerous awards and fellowships, including the Canadian Sociological Association’s Outstanding Graduating Student Award. His work statistically intersects society’s health, political landscape, inequality, and socio-economic status; he specifically uses disability, gender, and race to explore these issues.

Dr. Patterson’s quantitative contributions to published and working papers include: generalized linear models; Bayesian statistics; multilevel statistics; structural equation models; multiple imputation of missing data; longitudinal/survival analysis; bootstrap routines; weighted variance for secure data; generalized estimating equations; and sequence index plots. He has a proven publication record and presents at conferences, both nationally and internationally.

Along with attending various conferences and workshops, he has had a number of teaching positions. Andrew is fluent in the Spanish language and has young family.

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