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University of Colorado Denver


Amanda Allshouse, MS 

Research Instructor 

Research Interests:
  • General consulting and statistical analysis
  • Questionnaire Development and Analysis of Complex Survey Data
  • Survival Data and QTWiST Analysis
  • Clinical Trials (HIV/AIDS, Cancer)
  • Current Research:
  • NIH/NIDA: Consequences of Drug Use and Informative Dropout on HIV/AIDS Outcomes in the MACS (4/09 - 3/11, Biostatistician/Programmer): To utilize the MACS data to determine the impact of nonignorable dropout on clinical, risk and prevention oriented outcomes among HIV-infected and uninfected, drug using, men who have sex with men.
  • NIH/NHLBI: Longitudinal Studies in HIV-1 Nef in Pulmonary Hypertension (9/07 - 9/12, Biostatistician/Consultant via CFAR chargeback): To investigate whether specific sequences in HIV-1 nef are associated with Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension in HIV-infected patients.
  • Education:
  • Carnegie Mellon, BS, Economics and Statistics, 2001
  • University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, MS, Biostatistics, 2005
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