Applied statistical methods, health outcomes research related to: pregnancy, menopause, and marijuana use; and health equity.
Changes in hormones and symptoms of menopause, progression of labor, race-based differentials in Group B strep, and Flu and birth trends.
General public health, general biostatistical consulting, and why we need statistics.
- PUBH6955 MPH Capstone Project COSIBS: Introduction to Biostatistics Methods
- BIOS 6621 (Guest lecturer): Statistical Consulting
- BIOS 6680 (Guest lecturer): SAS Programming for Data Management
- MS in Biostatistics, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2005
- BS in Economics with an additional major in Statistics, Carnegie Mellon, 2001
What makes you passionate about or interested in biostatistics?
Biostatistical methodology allows us to investigate important questions about population health, provides evidence for policy, and helps guide the development and implementation of programs.
Personal Interests & Hobbies
When not working or volunteering, my family and I enjoy swimming, biking, hiking and skiing.