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Martin Goros, M.S.

Biostatistician Intermediate, Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics

The University of Texas Health Science Center San Antonio

Biographical Sketch

Mr. Goros is a Biostatistician-Senior in the Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics at UT Health San Antonio. He was a student at Technical University of Munich, Germany where he graduated with a “Diplom” (US equivalent: M.S.) in Mathematics and Economics before joining the UTHSCSA. Among other things, he worked there on further developing a risk calculator to predict prostate cancer risk. Mr. Goros has over 6 years of experience in medical data analysis and web application programming.

Mr. Goros’ research interests are focused on analyses of longitudinal data, web application programming, prediction models for cancer risk and statistical methods for machine learning.

Research Interests

  • Analysis of repeated measures data
  • Web application programming
  • Development and evaluation of prediction models for cancer risk
  • Statistical methods for machine learning


Year Degree Major Institution
2012 M.S. Mathematics and Economics Technical University of Munich (TUM), Germany

Presentations/Publications with the NRLC

  • Processing transdermal alcohol concentration data to detect low-level drinking.

    Roache, J.D., Karns-wright, T. E., Goros, M., Hill-Kapturczak, N., Mathias, C., W., and Dougherty D. M. (2019).

    Alcohol, 81, 101-110. PubMed Icon