Biostatistics, Mayo Clinic
Head, Mayo Clinic Arizona Section of Biostatistics
Joseph Hentz serves as a biostatistician for the Arizona Alzheimer’s Consortium. He is Head of the Mayo Clinic Arizona Section of Biostatistics, and a member of the Mayo Clinic Arizona Research Committee. He has 10 years experience as a biostatistician after earning graduate degrees in both biology and statistics, and is a Certified SAS Software Professional. Mr. Hentz has also served at Abbot Laboratories where he supported the New Drug Application for Gabitril, which was approved by the FDA in 1997. At Mayo Clinic, Mr. Hentz has collaborated on over 100 publications and received support from 40 extramural grants. He has also served as a statistical reviewer for seven medical journals. He has been appointed for teaching and examining privileges in the Mayo Graduate School of the Mayo Clinic College of Medicine, and has served as a graduate thesis committee advisor in the Clinical Research Track. He is currently collaborating on 200 research projects with 100 principle investigators in 40 departments, including service as the primary statistician for the Arizona Parkinson’s Disease Consortium.