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Tony Mangino, PhD, is a Biomedical Data Scientist in the Biostatistics Consulting and Interdisciplinary Research Collaboration Lab (Biostat CIRCL) in the Department of Biostatistics. In his primary work, Tony acts as a team scientist, collaborating with other clinical and translational scientists studying areas such as surgical risks and outcomes, opioid overdose and opioid use disorders, and medical student education, among others. His own research focuses on multilevel modeling, classification analyses, and generative deep learning to improve predictive capabilities of existing modeling frameworks in both the public health and psychoeducational domains.


  • PhD, Educational Psychology
    • Ball State University
  • MS, Quantitative Psychology
    • Ball State University
  • MA, Educational Psychology
    • Ball State University
  • BA, Psychology
    • University of Southern Maine

Research Interests

  • Classification analyses and predictive modeling
  • Multilevel/Mixed effects modeling
  • Generative machine learning
  • Team science & collaborative biostatistics