Brooke Ellen Delgoffe M.Sc.
Research Programmer Analyst Senior
Office of Research Computing and Analytics
1000 North Oak Ave. ML9 Marshfield, WI 54449
- 2015 to 2017:
- M.S. (Professional Science Masters), Biostatistics, Grand Valley State University, Grand Rapids, MI
- 2011 to 2015:
- B.S., Psychology and Applied Statistics, Grand Valley State University, Allendale, MI
- 2016 to 2017:
- Biostatistics Associate I, MPI Research, Mattawan, MI
"Happily serving the patients in the Marshfield Clinic Health System through data-driven research and data analytics" - Brooke Delgoffe, M.Sc.
Brooke came to Marshfield Clinic in 2017 after completion of a Professional Science Master's in Biostatistics. While her training may speak to her love of analysis, she has a deeper passion for health data that has kept her attention in the Research Programmer/Analyst role. She enjoys digging deep into the many data sources available for research and the health knowledge base increase that each study brings. In addition to the pursuit of knowedge, Brooke also enjoys sharing her knowledge with others through training and involvement in projects with those new to research. Her passion for teaching has also expanded beyond MCHS into the broader SAS programming community where she involves herself with SAS conferences, trainings, publications, and other education opportunities.
Personalized Medicine and Genetics, Resident Research (all areas), Dental Quality Metrics, All of Us National Research Program, Family Mapping and Pedigree Structures.
- 2012 to Present:
- Psi Chi, Member
- 2015 to Present:
- Mu Sigma Rho, Member
- 2017 to Present:
- Marshfield Young Professionals, Member
- 2020 to Present:
- MidWest SAS Users Group, Section Chair
Umukoro PE, Yeung-Lai-Wah P, Pathak S, Elkhidir S, Soodi D, Delgoffe B,...Garcia-Montilla RJ [including Berg R.] Three-Year Survival after Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement: Findings from the Marshfield Aortic Valve Experience (MAVE) Study. [published online ahead of print 2020 October 14]. Clin Med Res.
PubMed ID: 33060110