CHER Technical Assistance Group
The Technical Assistance Group (TAG) is a service center within the Center for Health Equity Research (CHER) that can help.
Who we are Accordion Closed
To create the Technical Assistance Group Service Center, we brought together a strong team of Northern Arizona University research experts from a variety of fields to help you with your research projects.
How can we help you Accordion Closed
Our team of faculty/staff members can help you with any portion of your research projects that you might not have expertise in, including:
- Statistical analyses
Research design, quantitative methodologies, epidemiological analyses, longitudinal modeling, causal analysis, honest broker operations, inferential statistics
- Qualitative methods and analyses
Community-based participatory design, social network analyses, interview guide development, qualitative analyses
- Machine learning
Big data analysis and visualization, optimization algorithms
- Geographic Information Systems
Spatial analyses, spatial data management and integration, map design
- Software utilization
REDCap, Qualtrics, NVivo, Atlas.ti, SAS, SPSS, R, Python, ArcGIS, QGIS
How to pay for our services Accordion Closed
Health equity-related research could have services paid for by the Southwest Health Equity Research Collaborative (a large center grant on campus).
Please contact the TAG Service Center director, Monica Lininger, Ph.D., at Monica.Lininger@nau.edu for billable rates involving research that is not health equity-related.
Technical Assistance Group—Our team Accordion Closed
Professor, Biological Sciences
Affects of development, reproduction and behavior on environmental contaminants
Michael Petillo, MA
Senior Program Coordinator, SHERC
Applied Indigenous methodologies, data visualization, culturally responsive evaluation
Indrakshi Roy, PhD
Medicare data, causal & power analysis, multilevel regression, instrumental variable, SAS, STATA, R software
Where does your TAG request go after submitting a ticket?
Learn more from a TAG user, Amanda Hunter, PhD