Ryan D. Krone, Ph.D.
Senior Statistical Consulting Director
Center for Research Design and Analysis
Dr. Ryan Krone is a graduate of the University of Texas at Dallas where he earned his Master of Science in International Political Economy in 2012 before ultimately receiving his PhD in Public Policy and Political Economy at the same university in 2016. He stepped into the Director of Research and Statistical Consulting role at Texas Women's University in 2017. Ryan provides consultation and training to students and faculty across a range of research areas including community development, nursing and general healthcare, education and policy studies. Ryan specializes in designing rigorous research projects, grant consultation, and advanced statistical techniques.
Ph.D., Public Policy and Political Economy (International Development), University of Texas at Dallas, Richardson, TX, 2016
M.S., Richardson, TX, Public Policy and Political Economy (Latin American Development), 2012
B.A., History, Friends University, Wichita, KS, 2001
Research Design; Research Methods; Power Analysis; Facotr Analysis; ANOVA; MANOVA: Multinomial Logistic; Structural Equation Modeling (SEM); Hierarchical Linear Models (HLM); Panel Data Anlaysis (fixed and random effects); Time Series Modeling; Bayesian Techniques; Statistical Software; Data Preparation; Data Analysis; In-Dept Interviews; Phenomenology and Grounded-Theory Qualitative Approach; Coding; Theme Building; Manuscripts and Publications
Preventing Peer Violence Against Children: Methods and Baseline Data of a Cluster Randomized Controlled Trial in Pakistan
Global Health: Science and Practice Journal (2017)
Judith McFarlane, Rozina Karmaliani, Maqbool Hussain, Khuwaja Ahmed, Saleema Gulzar