Dr. Jaber obtained her PhD in public health (Epidemiology and biostatistics) and postdoctoral fellowship from Florida international university (FIU) and currently an AHA-fellow. She occupied several undergraduate and graduate teaching jobs at national and international levels. She received many awards for excellence in teaching and research and presentation skills. She is currently teaching biostatistics, epidemiology, and nursing and public health courses. She is providing statistical and research consultations to students and faculty members in Miami, in and out of FIU. She has several publications in peer review journals. Dr. Jaber is the founder of the new statistical approach (Dichotomous grouped-time survival model). She has substantial experience in using SPSS, SAS, and STATA. She applied different teaching skills based on her students’ needs and level of comprehension.