Matthew A. Psioda, PhD

Research Assistant Professor Department of Biostatistics

T:(919) 962-3264

Collaborative Studies Coordinating Center

137 East Franklin Street, Suite 203

CB #8030

Chapel Hill, NC 27514


Matthew Psioda is a research assistant professor with more than 10 years experience as a biostatistician. He specializes in statistical methods for Bayesian clinical trial design and statistical methods for epigenetic studies. He has worked in the pharmaceutical drug developing industry on a wide range of clinical trials, including phase II dose-finding trails, confirmatory phase III trials, and integrated summaries of efficacy and safety (ISS/ISE). He actively collaborates with the United States Food and Drug Administration on statistical methods for Bayesian design of large-scale cardiovascular outcomes trials.

Representative Courses

Introduction to Statistical Computing and Data Management (BIOS 511), Fall 2016

Research Activities

- Bayesian clinical trial design

- Statistical computing

- Statistical epigenetics

Service Activities

- Biostatistics Computing Committee, Chair, 2016


PhD, Biostatistics, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2016

MS, Mathematics, University of North Carolina at Wilmington, 2006

BS, Mathematics, University of North Carolina at Wilmington, 2000