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Dr. Christopher McLouth is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Biostatistics.  

Dr. McLouth joined the University of Kentucky in 2019 and is a member of the Biostatistics Consulting and Interdisciplinary Research Collaboration Lab (Biostat CIRCL) and the Kentucky Neuroscience Institute, where he provides biostatistical support for the Neuroscience Research Priority Area.  

His current research is focused on collaborations with biomedical researchers, primarily in neuroscience, stroke care surveillance and improvement, and substance use, and serves as a co-investigator on many grants. 

At the University of Kentucky and other institutions, Dr. McLouth has taught courses in clinical trails, biostatistics, and experimental design.


  • PhD, Quantitative Psychology
    • University of New Mexico
  • MS, Quantitative Psychology
    • University of Michigan
  • BS
    • University of Michigan

Research Interests

  • Longitudinal data analysis
  • Latent variable modeling
  • Collaborative biostatistics

In the News

New faculty, Dr. Christopher McLouth, joins the Department of Biostatistics

The University of Kentucky’s College of Public Health welcomes a new faculty member,