Baylor Scott & White Research Institute
Monica Bennett received her PhD in statistics from Baylor University in 2011. She has since been a biostatistician at Baylor Scott & White Health. She has provided statistical support for a wide range medical fields including trauma, general surgery, neonatology, oncology, and rehabilitation, and she has gained valuable experience analyzing large, multi-site databases. She is currently the lead statistician for most rehabilitation studies, including the federally funded Traumatic Brain Injury Model Systems program. In this role she has assisted with study design, analysis, interpretation, and manuscript development for numerous studies. She has a proven record of providing meaningful statistical analysis to help disseminate the findings of research studies. Additionally, she is involved in multiple research education projects. She has been the coordinator of a yearlong lecture series for physical medicine and rehabilitation residents for five years, and is also a clinical assistant professor at Texas A&M Health Science Center where she assists with the development and delivery of an evidence based medicine course designed for medical students.