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Scott A. McNitt, M.S.

Contact Information

Phone Numbers

Administrative: (585) 275-5391

Office: (585) 273-5910

Fax: (585) 273-5283

Faculty Appointments

Biography

Research

Scott McNitt currently analyzes data relating to clinical trials and other health and medical outcomes research using bio-statistical techniques. He works with doctors and other medical professional researchers in the preparation of scientific presentations and manuscripts for publication as well as manages the CCRC Analytics group. He has been with CCRC for 16 years and has a Master’s degree in statistics from the University of Connecticut.

Previously, Scott worked in private sector market research as a statistical modeler. Additionally, he was a statistician and director of research with the Texas Department of Health and Human Services.

He has also taught statistics at Austin and Dutchess Community Colleges.

Credentials

Education

1987
BS | Rochester Inst Technology
Statistics

1989
MS | University of Connecticut
Statistics

Publications

Journal Articles

10/2018
Jackson LR, Thomas KL, Polonsky B, Zareba W, Lahiri M, Saba S, McNitt S, Schuger C, Daubert JP, Moss AJ, Kutyifa V. "Effectiveness of high rate and delayed detection ICD programming by race: A MADIT-RIT substudy." Journal of cardiovascular electrophysiology.. 2018 Oct 0; 29(10):1418-1424. Epub 2018 Jul 24.

10/2018
Kutyifa V, Moss AJ, Klein H, McNitt S, Zareba W, Goldenberg I. "One-year follow-up of the prospective registry of patients using the wearable defibrillator (WEARIT-II Registry)." Pacing and clinical electrophysiology : PACE.. 2018 Oct 0; 41(10):1307-1313. Epub 2018 Jul 26.

10/2018
Biton Y, Costa J, Zareba W, Baman JR, Goldenberg I, McNitt S, Solomon SD, Polonsky B, Kutyifa V. "Predictors of long-term mortality with cardiac resynchronization therapy in mild heart failure patients with left bundle branch block." Clinical cardiology.. 2018 Oct 0; 41(10):1358-1366.

Books & Chapters

2005
Chapter Title: Beta Blocker efficacy in Long-QT syndrome patients with mutations in the pore and nonpore regions of the hERG potassium-channel gene
Book Title: New Arrhythmia Technologies
Author List: Moss AJ; Peterson DR; Zareba W; Seth R; McNitt S; Andrews ML; Qi M; Ackerman MJ; Benhorin J; Kaufman ES; Robinson JL; Towbin JA; Vincent GM and Zhang L.
Edited By: Paul J. Wang
Published By: Blackwell Publishing 2005 in Malden

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