Danielle Wrolstad, M.S., joined Statistics Collaborative, Inc. (SCI) in 2009. She is a member of the American Statistical Association and the Society for Clinical Trials.
Ms. Wrolstad programs datasets and statistical analyses, performs sample size calculations, assists in the development of statistical analysis plans and protocols, and works with staff in writing study reports for Data Monitoring Committees (DMCs) for a wide variety of projects, including clinical trials of novel treatments for diabetes, chronic kidney disease, prostate cancer, and cardiovascular disease.
Ms. Wrolstad has also served as coordinator for DMCs of large, multinational Phase 2 and 3 trials and performed evaluations of safety for annual flu vaccines and coordinated the statistical analysis of a large-scale, multinational, clinical trial of an intervention for patients with Class 3 and 4 kidney disease.
She received her B.S. magna cum laude in Mathematics and Statistics from Winona State University (2006) and her M.S. in Statistics from Iowa State University (2009). Her master’s project was titled “Sampling and Scripting for Exploration of Large Databases”.