Michael Schoeny, PhD

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Michael Schoeny, PhD

Assistant Professor
Department of Community, Systems and Mental Health Nursing, College of Nursing

Research team statistician

Dr. Schoeny is an expert in clinical research methodology and statistical analysis. He completed a PhD in child-clinical psychology at DePaul University in 2000, where he received extensive training in research design, program evaluation, and statistical analyses.  Over the past 15 years, Schoeny has been a co-investigator on numerous funded research grants totaling over $20,000,000.  In collaboration with colleagues at the University of Chicago and the University of Virginia, Schoeny’s research focuses on interventions designed to reduce aggression and prevent violence.  Within the College of Nursing, Schoeny collaborates with researchers studying physical activity, father involvement, parenting, provision of human milk, and a problem-solving intervention for individuals with intellectual disabilities living in group homes.
 
Schoeny teaches the statistical sequence within the PhD program.  In addition, he frequently provides methodological and statistical support to students and serves on dissertation committees.