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					Janel Hanmer
Contact Information
 The University of Iowa Department of Internal Medicine
 200 Hawkins Dr., E325 GH, Iowa City, IA 52242
 phone: (608) 320-2240 email: janel.hanmer@gmail.com
 website: http://www.openhealthmeasures.org


Education
 University of Iowa – Iowa City, IA                                               2010-present
             Resident
             Department of Internal Medicine

 University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health – Madison, WI         2008-2010
     M.D. Medical Student in the Medical Scientist Training Program
             Passed Step 2 Boards in April 2010 with a score of 216

 University of Wisconsin – Madison, WI                                              2007-2008
             Postdoctoral Scholar
             Department of Population Health Sciences

 University of Wisconsin – Madison, WI                                              2003-2007
     Ph.D. Department of Population Health Sciences

 University of Wisconsin Medical School – Madison, WI                               2001-2003
             Medical Student in the Medical Scientist Training Program
             Passed Step 1 Boards in June 2003 with a score of 235

 Carnegie Mellon University – Pittsburgh, PA                                        1995-1999
     B.S. Double Major in Technical Writing and Chemistry


Research Support
 Estimating Health Utilities and Co-Occurring Conditions                              2006-2007
      1 R36 HS016574-01              AHRQ funded Dissertation Grant
      A project to determine the best way to model the presence of co-occurring
      conditions in health-related quality of life measures. This project had important
      implications for quantifying the impact of health conditions and interventions for
      use in policy and cost-effectiveness analysis.
      Role: Principal Investigator




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Research Experience
 Estimating Health Utilities and Co-Occurring Conditions                              2006-2008
      Dissertation Project with Dennis Fryback as Primary Advisor
      Using data from the Medicare Health Outcomes Study, Medical Expenditures
      Panel Survey, and Norms and Performance Comparison for 5 Health Indexes
      Study to determine the best way to model the presence of co-occurring conditions
      in health-related quality of life measures. Manuscripts currently in review and in
      press.

 Norms and Performance Comparisons for 5 Health Indexes                            2003-2008
     Graduate Assistant under Dennis Fryback
     Primary responsibilities were on Project 1, the Five Index National Health-
     Related Quality of Life Survey, including obtaining IRB approval, constructing
     survey measures, compiling scoring algorithms, data cleaning and management,
     data analysis, manuscript writing. Several publications and presentations.

 Longitudinal Changes in Health Status Measures of Older Adults                      2003-2006
     Graduate Assistant under Dennis Fryback and Karen Cruickshanks
     Created a longitudinal data set of older adults from Beaver Dam, WI who
     participated in the Health Outcomes and Epidemiology of Hearing Loss Studies.
     Gained IRB approval, performed literature reviews, performed descriptive and
     predictive data analysis. Presented at scientific meetings and published as a book
     chapter.

 Cancer Risks of Infertility Treatment                                                2000-2001
     Senior survey worker under Mary Croughan at UC-SF
     Joined an existing team studying infertility drugs’ association to cancer risk and
     outcomes in obstetrics and pediatrics. Abstracted data from medical records,
     interviewed subjects by telephone, wrote training manuals, performed literature
     reviews.

 Clinical Tools, Inc                                                              1997-1999
      Medical writer
      Performed literature reviews and wrote pamphlets and web pages about mental
      health topics, especially Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder.

 Adolescent Perceptions of AIDS Risk                                                1996,1998
     Research under Baruch Fischhoff at Carnegie Mellon University
     Joined an existing research team studying risk perception, risk communication,
     and behavioral interventions. Performed literature reviews, data analysis, and
     wrote research papers.




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Teaching Experience
 University of Wisconsin – Madison                                              2008, 2010
     Associate Lecturer, Department of Population Health Sciences
     Instructor for courses entitled “Measuring Health Outcomes” and “Secondary
     Analysis of Large Datasets for Population Health Research”

 University of Wisconsin – Madison                                               2004-2007
     Guest lecturer and seminar speaker
     Gave lectures for Dennis Fryback’s course entitled “Measuring Health
     Outcomes,” and various seminars for the Population Health Department and
     MSTP program.

 Kaitong Foreign Language School – Luoyang, Henan, China                         1999-2000
      Preschool and primary school English teacher
      Taught classes in spoken English while living independently in China.


Consultancies
 Consultant to Institute of Medicine Committee to Evaluate Measures of Health Benefits
     for Environmental, Health, and Safety Regulation.                            2004-2005


Awards and Honors
 Best Student Podium Presentation at the 11th Annual International Meeting of ISPOR
      for “A Bayesian Estimation of an Average SF-6D Score from Commonly
      Reported SF-12 Statistics”                                                    May 2006

 AHRQ T-32 Pre-doctoral NRSA Trainee                                             2003-2006

 NIH Integrated Training for Physician Scientists Trainee              2001-2003, 2008-2010

 Phi Beta Kappa                                                                   May 1999


Memberships and Activities
  Member of:
    Society for Medical Decision Making
    International Society of Quality of Life Measures
    International Society of Pharmaceutical Outcomes Research

   Referee for manuscripts:
      Archives of Ophthalmology
      Gender Medicine


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       Health and Quality of Life Outcomes
       International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health
       Journal of Clinical Epidemiology
       Medical Care
       Medical Decision Making
       Quality of Life Research
       Value in Health

   Referee for presentation abstracts:
      Society for Medical Decision Making’s annual meeting

   Referee for funding applications:
      Netherlands Organization for Health Research and Development


Publications
 Hanmer J, Vanness D, Palta M, Fryback DG. Modeling the Effect of Co-occurring
 Health Conditions on Item Responses in the SF-36. In review at Medical Decision
 Making.

 Hanmer J, Vanness D, Gangnon R, Palta M, Fryback DG. Does Domain-Based
 Modeling of Health Conditions Improve Health-Related Quality of Life Estimates
 Compared to Summary-Score-Based Modeling? In review at Medical Decision
 Making.

 Brazier JE, Rowen D, Hanmer J. Revised SF-6D Scoring Programmes: A Summary of
 Improvements. Patient Reported Outcomes Newsletter. 2008; 40:14-15.

 Hanmer J, Vanness D, Gangnon R, Palta M, Fryback DG. Three methods tested to
 model SF-6D health utilities for health states involving comorbidity/co-occurring
 conditions. Journal of Clinical Epidemiology. 2009;63:331-341 .

 Hanmer J. Predicting an SF-6D Preference-Based Score using MCS and PCS Scores
 from the SF-36 or SF-12. Value in Health. 2009;12:958-66.

 Hanmer J, Hays RD, Fryback DG. Mode of Administration is Important in U.S.
 National Estimates of Health-Related Quality of Life. Med Care. 2007; 45:1171-1179.

 Fryback DG, Dunham N, Palta M, Hanmer J, Buechner J, Cherepanov D, Herrington
 S, Hays RD, Kaplan RM, Ganiats T, Feeny D, Kind P. The National Health
 Measurement Study: Simultaneous U.S. Norms for Six Generic Health-Related Quality-
 of-Life Instruments. Med Care. 2007; 45:1162-1170.

 Hanmer J, Lawrence W, Anderson J, Kaplan R, Fryback DG. Report of Population
 Norms for the Non-Institutionalized U.S. Adult Population for Seven Health Related



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 Quality of Life Scores. Med Decis Making. 2006; 26:391-400. [Published with editorial
 comment and online supplement.]

 Franks P, Hanmer J, Fryback DG. Relative disutilities of 47 risk factors and conditions
 assessed with seven preference-based health status measures in a national U.S. sample:
 toward consistency in cost-effectiveness analyses. Med Care. 2006; 44:478-85.

 Fryback, D.G., Hanmer, J.E. “Bayesian Analysis of Health Status and Quality of Life
 Data.” In W.R. Lenderking, .D.Revicki [Eds.] Advancing Health Outcomes Research
 Methods and Clinical Applications. 2005. McLean, VA: International Society for
 Quality of Life Research, 6728 Old McLean Village Drive,McLean, VA 22101 USA

 Fryback DG, Hanmer J. Review of The measurement and valuation of health status
 using EQ-5D: A European perspective. Evidence from the EuroQol BIOMED
 Research Programme, by Brooks, Rabin, de Charro [Eds.], Quality of Life Research,
 14(2):571-573.


Presentations
   Hanmer J, Vanness D, Gangnon R, Fryback DG. “Modeling Co-occurring Health
   Conditions to Predict Health Utility from Generic Health-Related Quality of Life
   Indexes” 29th Annual Meeting of the Society for Medical Decision Making. October
   2007. Pittsburgh, PA.

   Hanmer J, Gangnon R, Vanness D, Fryback DG. “Does Domain-Based Modeling of
   Multiple Health Conditions Improve Health-Related Quality of Life Estimates
   Compared to Summary-Score-Based Modeling for the SF-6D?” 29th Annual Meeting
   of the Society for Medical Decision Making. October 2007. Pittsburgh, PA.

   Hanmer J, Franks P, Fryback DG. “Predicting Disease-Burden in EQ-5D US Units
   from Seven Other Measurement Systems (EQ-5D UK, HALEX, HUI MARK 2, HUI
   MARK 3, QWB-SA, SF-6D(12), SF-6D(36)).” ISPOR 12th Annual International
   Meeting. May 2007. Arlington, VA.

   Hanmer J, Fryback DG, Palta M, Dunham N, Herrington S, Cherepanov D,
   Beuchner J. “National Values for Health Related Quality of Life Measures in the
   United States: Mode of Administration May Matter.” 28th Annual Meeting of the
   Society for Medical Decision Making. October 2006. Boston, MA.

   Hanmer J, Fryback DG, Palta M, Dunham N, Herrington S, Cherepanov D,
   Beuchner J. “Responsiveness in 7 Co-Administered Generic Health Related Quality
   of Life Measures in the National Health Measurement Study.” 28th Annual Meeting
   of the Society for Medical Decision Making. October 2006. Boston, MA.

   Dunham N, Fryback DG, Palta M, Hanmer J, Herrington S, Cherepanov D,
   Beuchner J. “The National Health Measurement Study: Do Different Generic


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   Indices of Health-Related Quality of Life Yeild Similar Population Norms?” 28th
   Annual Meeting of the Society for Medical Decision Making. October 2006. Boston,
   MA.

   Fryback DG, Palta M, Dunham N, Hanmer J, Herrington S, Cherepanov D,
   Buechner J, Hays RD, Kaplan RM, Ganiats T, Feeny D, Kind P. “The National
   Health Measurement Study: US Data for Six Generic HRQOL Indices.” ISOQOL
   13th Annual International Meeting. October 2006. Lisbon, Portugal.

   Hanmer J, Fryback DG. “A Bayesian Estimation of an Average SF-6D Preference
   Based Score from Commonly Reported SF-12 Statistics.” ISPOR 11th Annual
   International Meeting. May 2006. Philadelphia, PA.

   Fryback DG, Hanmer J, Rosenberg M, Cruickshanks K. “Bayesian estimation of
   quality-adjusted life expectancy using longitudinal observations from the Beaver
   Dam studies.” IHEA 5th World Congress “Investing in Health,” July 2005.
   Barcelona, Spain.

   Fryback DG, Hanmer J, Cruickshanks K, Klein R, Klein B. “Bayesian Analysis of
   Health Status and Quality of Life Data: (Preliminary) Example from the Beaver Dam
   Studies.” ISOQOL Symposium “Stating the Art: Advancing Outcomes Research
   Methodology and Clinical Applications,” June 2004, Boston, MA.


Posters
  Hanmer J, Paulsen A, Cherepanov D, Palta M, Kaplan R, Feeny D, Fryback DG.
  “Health Condition Impacts as Measured by Common Health Utility Indexes in a
  Cross-Sectional Survey: Disappointing News for Cost-Effectiveness Analyses” 31th
  Annual Meeting of the Society for Medical Decision Making. October 2009. LA, CA.

   Cherepanov D, Palta M, Hanmer J, Fryback DG. “Do Differences in Preference-
   based HRQoL Scores for Common Chronic Conditions in the U.S. Differ by Gender
   or Race?” 30th Annual Meeting of the Society for Medical Decision Making. October
   2008. Philadelphia, PA.

   Fryback DG, Dunham NC, Palta M, Hanmer J, Cherepanov D, Hays RD, Kaplan
   RM, Ganiats TG, Feeny D, Kind P. “The National Health Measurement Study – A
   Public Data Set for Health-Related Quality-of-Life Research” 30th Annual Meeting
   of the Society for Medical Decision Making. October 2008. Philadelphia, PA.

   Hanmer J, Fryback DG. “Do Large National Surveys Yield Equivalent Population
   Norms for Health Related Quality of Life Measures?” 27th Annual Meeting of the
   Society for Medical Decision Making, joint poster session with the International
   Society for Quality of Life Research “Translating Medical Decision Making Research
   into Practice,” October 2005. San Francisco, CA.



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Skills and Interests
   General Computer Skills: HTML, Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
   Statistical Software: SAS, Stata, WinBUGS. Currently learning R.
   Graphics Software: SigmaPlot

   Partner: Billy (video game programmer, robot soccer coach)
   Children: Turing (born 10/05) and Huxley (born 9/07)
   Hobbies: Vegetarian cooking, knitting, sewing, gardening, yoga, poetry




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