Dr. Rosane Nisenbaum

Dr. Rosane Nisenbaum is a Biostatistician. She is an expert in designing and analyzing intervention studies and population-based studies to improve physical health, mental health and housing outcomes for people experiencing homelessness or housing instability.

She has special interest in the application of multilevel models, longitudinal and categorical data analysis, and multiple imputation for handling missing data. She also provides biostatistical support to clinician-researchers from several departments at St Michael’s Hospital including Hematology, Medical Imaging, Oncology, General Surgery, Neurology, and Ophthalmology.

Dr. Nisenbaum is a MAP scientist, scientist with the Li Ka Shing Knowledge Institute, biostatistician with the Applied Health Research Centre, and assistant professor in the University of Toronto’s Division of Biostatistics at the Dalla Lana School of Public Health. She co-teaches and serves as a practicum supervisor for the course ‘Laboratory in Statistical Design & Analysis,’ and is a committee member for graduate students of the Institute of Medical Sciences.