Miranda provides biostatistical support to faculty, student, and staff research projects. She researches statistical methods to apply to occupation, environmental, safety, and well-being datasets and engages with researchers to ensure that high quality, reproducible analyses are carried out. She also supports the Center for Health, Work & Environment team with expertise in database systems and data management. Prior to coming to Colorado, Miranda was a data manager at the University of California, San Francisco and Northrop Grumman. She has her B.A. degree in Statistics from UC Berkeley. She has just finished her M.S. in Biostatistics from the Colorado School of Public Health. When she's not immersed in data, Miranda enjoys exploring Colorado's peaks on foot with her spouse, Matt and twins, Genevieve & Evelyn.
- Planetary health
- Kidney disease
- Health impacts of work
- Longitudinal data analysis
- Survival analysis
Schwatka NV, Atherly A, Dally MJ, et al. Occup Environ Med Published Online First: 16 Aug 2016 doi:10.1136/oemed-2015-103334
Gebhard GM, Hauser LJ, Dally MJ, Weitzenkamp DA, Cabrera-Muffly C. Do otolaryngology residency applicants relocate for training? The Laryngoscope. doi: 10.1002/lary.25501 (2015).
Rusthoven CG, Carlson JA, Waxweiler TV, Dally MJ, Barón AE, Yeh N, Gaspar LE, Liu AK, Ney DE, Damek DM, Lillehei KO, Kavanagh BD. The impact of adjuvant radiation therapy for high-grade gliomas by histology in the United States population. Int J Radiat Oncol Biol Phys. V.90(4):894- 902 (2014).
MS Biostatistics, University of Colorado, 2015
BA Statistics, University of California, Berekely, 2009