Tom Bohman, Ph.D.

Tom Bohman, Ph.D.

Research Scientist

Tom Bohman received his Ph.D. in Human Development and Family Science from The University of Texas at Austin in 1995. He has over 20 years of research experience: statistical consultation; grant proposal development; project management; database management; interpretation and write-up results; training and supervision of graduate students on data analysis; and teaching in a variety of complex, research oriented computing environments. He currently leads the evaluations for two large Federal Demonstration projects. Screening, Brief Intervention, Referral, and Treatment (SBIRT) is a five-year, $17 million targeted capacity expansion grant funded by SAMHSA. Demonstration to Maintain Independence and Employment is a three-year, $26 million clinical trial funded by CMS. Bohman also serves as co-principal investigator for NIH-funded projects related to developing diagnostic markers of bilingual language development problems and identifying complementary and alternative medicine usage in African-Americans. Bohman has developed and taught seminars on statistical computing including structural equations modeling and has extensive statistical knowledge regarding hierarchical linear models, structural equations modeling, power analysis, analyzing family/couple data, longitudinal data analysis, categorical data analysis. He is a past-president of the Austin chapter of the American Statistical Association.

Professional Interests

Substance abuse; evaluation; survey research; design and analysis of longitudinal research studies with particular focus on prevention studies; analysis of non-independent data (e.g., data from families); multilevel modeling; generalized linear models; complex survey sampling.


  • Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin
  • B.S., Ohio University



John W. Hargis Hall (JHH)


Mailing Address

The University of Texas at Austin
Steve Hicks School of Social Work
1823 Red River St. 2.216C
STOP R5300
Austin, TX 78712