Victoria Cooley, M.S., is a research biostatistician in the Division of Biostatistics and Epidemiology. She holds an M.S. in biostatistics from Columbia University, and B.S. in health science from Springfield College. Before joining Weill Cornell Medicine, Ms. Cooley worked on the analysis of clinical, molecular genetics, and biochemical data from the North American Mitochondrial Disease Consortium Registry at Columbia University Medical Center.
Ms. Cooley engages in short-term and long-term biostatistical consultations for investigators. A large part of her work centers on her support to researchers through the Clinical and Translational Science Center, where she provides data analysis and prepares reports, methods sections, and analysis plans for abstracts, manuscripts, and grants. She also works closely with the Departments of Pediatrics, Urology, and the Joint Clinical Trials Office and assists in teaching biostatistical methodology to medical residents, fellows, and other research staff. Ms. Cooley uses R, SAS, and Stata for statistical programming.