Hi there! Welcome.
Currently, I am a Principal Statistician on the Statistical Modeling and Methodology team at Janssen Research & Development, conducting simulation-based methods research for combining data from randomized trials and observational studies.
I earned my PhD in Biostatistics at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health where I was advised by Dr. Elizabeth Stuart. My dissertation research focused on statistical methods for generalizing findings from randomized trials to a target population, and transporting measurement error correction from validation studies to intervention trials. My applied public health interests also include oncology, mental health, and LGBTQ+ health.
I am also a former Data Science for Social Good Fellow, where I worked with an interdisciplinary team to build a predictive model for an individual’s risk of developing Type 2 Diabetes.
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health | Baltimore, MD
Ph.D. in Biostatistics | August 2015 - March 2020
Johns Hopkins University | Baltimore, MD
BA in Public Health Studies | August 2011 - May 2015
Janssen R&D | Principal Statistician | August 2022 - Present
Flatiron Health | Quantitative Scientist | June 2020 - August 2022
SAJE Consulting | Statistician/Programmer | March 2016 - March 2020
Data Science for Social Good | Fellow | Summer 2018
Principal Statistician, Janssen R&D
- Causal Inference
- Representativeness and Generalizability
- Electronic Health Records