Haley Hedlin, Ph.D.
Senior Biostatistician

Associate Director, Clinical Trials Program

Dr. Hedlin joined the QSU in 2013 after completing a postdoctoral position with the Five Colleges Consortium. She received her PhD in Biostatistics from Johns Hopkins in 2011. In her pre- and post-doctoral research, she worked closely with neuroscientists to improve statistical methods applied to neuroscience data. Dr. Hedlin has also contributed to public health research related to cancer screening, blood pressure control, disaster preparedness, and environmental health. She enjoys mentoring clinicians, researchers, and students who are interested in learning statistics. Her statistical interests center around neurostatistics, time series analysis, and methods for longitudinal or clustered data.

Stanford CAP Profile

Methodology Area of Interest:  methods for time series, longitudinal, and clustered data; neurostatistics; data visualization

Clinical Area of Interest: neuroscience, pulmonary medicine, public health, women's health, cardiology, DSMB

Selected Publications: 

Mooney JJ, Hedlin H, Mohabir PK, Vazquez R, Nguyen J, Ha R, Chiu P, et al. Lung Quality and Utilization in Controlled Donation After Circulatory Determination of Death Within the United States. American journal of transplantation. 2016; 16 (4): 1207-1215

David SP, Wang A, Kapphahn K, Hedlin H, Desai M, Henderson M, Yang L, et al.  Gene by Environment Investigation of Incident Lung Cancer Risk in African-Americans.EBioMedicin. 2016; 4: 153-161. 

LeBlanc ES, Hedlin H, Qin F, Desai M, Wactawski-Wende J, Perrin N, Manson JE, et al. Calcium and vitamin D supplementation do not influence menopause-related symptoms: Results of the Women's Health Initiative Trial. MATURITAS. 2015; 81 (3): 377-383. 

Schmiegelow MD, Hedlin H, Stefanick ML, Mackey RH, Allison M, Martin LW, Robinson JG, Hlatky MA. Insulin Resistance and Risk of Cardiovascular Disease in Postmenopausal Women: A Cohort Study From the Women's Health Initiative. Circulation. Cardiovascular quality and outcomes. 2015; 8 (3): 309-316.

Hayat M, Hedlin H. Modern Statistical Modeling Approaches for Analyzing Repeated-Measures Data. NURSING RESEARCH. 2012; 61 (3): 188-194. 

Kim MT, Han H, Hedlin H, Kim J, Song HJ, Kim KB, Hill MN. Teletransmitted Monitoring of Blood Pressure and Bilingual Nurse Counseling-Sustained Improvements in Blood Pressure Control During 12 Months in Hypertensive Korean Americans. Journal of Clinical Hypertension. 2011; 13 (8): 605-612.

Hedlin H, Caffo B, Mahfoud Z, Bassett SS. Covariate-adjusted nonparametric analysis of magnetic resonance images using Markov chain Monte Carlo. Statistics and its interface. 2010; 3 (1): 113-123. 

Han H, Lee J, Kim J, Hedlin HK, Song H, Kim MT. A Meta-Analysis of Interventions to Promote Mammography Among Ethnic Minority Women. Nursing Research. 2009; 58 (4): 246-254