Current Research and Scholarly Interests
I am a senior biostatistician in the Quantitative Sciences Unit in the Department of Medicine. I am interested in developing and applying statistical methods to all areas of medicine and public health. I have worked closely with neuroscientists to improve statistical methods applied to neuroscience data and have contributed to public health research related to cancer screening, blood pressure control, disaster preparedness, and environmental health. My statistical research interests center around neurostatistics, time series analysis, and methods for longitudinal or clustered data. Last but not least, I enjoy mentoring clinicians, researchers, and students who are interested in learning statistics.