Name: Nichole E Carlson
Address: University of Colorado Denver
Colorado School of Public Health
Department of Biostatistics and Informatics
17001 E 17th Pl, MS C245
Aurora, CO 80045
2003 Ph.D., Biostatistics, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
1999 M.S., Biostatistics, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
1996 B.S., Statistics and Mathematics, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis
2010-present Associate Professor, Dept of Biostatistics and Informatics, University of Colorado
Denver|Anschutz Medical Campus; Colorado School of Public Health
2007-2010 Assistant Professor, Dept of Biostatistics and Informatics, University of Colorado
Denver; Colorado School of Public Health
2003-2007 Assistant Professor, Division of Biostatistics, Department of Public Health and
Preventive Medicine, Oregon Health and Science University, Portland, OR
2002-2003 University of Michigan, Rackham Graduate School Pre-doctoral Fellow
1997-2003 Graduate Student Research Assistant, Department of Biostatistics,
University of Michigan School of Public Health, Ann Arbor, MI
Honors and Special Recognitions
2002-2003 Rackham Graduate School Pre-doctoral Fellow, University of Michigan
2007 Chairman’s Excellence in Teaching Award, Dept of Public Health and Preventive
Medicine, Oregon Health and Science University, Portland, OR
Memberships in Professional Organizations
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2007 – Present: Western North American Biometric Society
2001 – 2006: Eastern North American Biometric Society
1999 – Present: American Statistical Association
Committee and Service Responsibilities
2007-2008 Member, Research Committee, Traumatic Brain Injury Model
2009-2010 Chair-elect, Teaching Statistics in the Health Sciences section of
JSM planning committee
2010-2011 Chair, Teaching Statistics in the Health Science section of JSM
Colorado School of Public Health Committees:
2010 – current Member, CSPH Department Appointments, Promotions and Tenure committee
2008 - 2010 Member, CSPH admission committee member
2009 – 2010 Member, CSPH accreditation academic programs committee
Department of Biostatistics and Informatics Committees at UCD:
2009 Chair, Search committee Assistant Professor hire in Biostatistics and
2008-2009 Co-chair (with Gary Grunwald), ad-hoc committee to develop PhD curriculum
University Committees at UCD:
2008 – current Member, CCTSI, Biostatistics Epidemiology and Research Design
(BERD) executive committee
2008 Chair, CCTSI, BERD education committee
2008 – current Member, CCTSI, BERD education committee
University Committees at OHSU:
2003 – 2007 Member, General Clinical Research Center Scientific Advisory Committee
2005 – 2007 Member, Oregon Alzheimer’s Disease Center Executive Committee
2006 Member, Biostatistics working group to form Oregon Clinical and
Translational Research Institute
Department of Public Health and Preventive Medicine at OHSU:
2006 - 2007 Member, Special Committee to develop alternative curriculum and
financial models for the Oregon MPH Epi/Biostat track
Review and Referee Work
Scientific review activities:
Journal Referee: Contemporary Clinical Trials
Journal Referee: Statistics in Medicine
Journal Referee: Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism
Journal Referee: Journal of Statistical Education
2010 Contributing Editor: Science Translational Medicine
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NIH ad-hoc reviews:
Feb 2011, Ad-hoc reviewer for special Biostatistics Methods review study section
1. Carlson, N.E., Johnson, T.D. and Brown, M.B (November 15, 2004). A Bayesian approach to bivariately
modeling pulsatile hormones. Presented at Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR
2. Carlson, N.E., Johnson, T.D. and Brown, M.B (November 19, 2004). A Bayesian approach to bivariately
modeling pulsatile hormones. Presented at Portland State University, Portland, OR
3. Carlson, NE, Kaye, JA (November 2, 2006). Using change point models to simultaneously estimate aging
and disease processes in Alzheimer's Disease. Presented at University of Colorado at Denver and
Health Sciences Center.
4. Carlson NE (April 24, 2007). Methods for analyzing bivariate pulsatile hormone data. Presented at
University of Pennsylvania.
5. Carlson NE (May 7, 2007). Methods for analyzing bivariate pulsatile hormone data. Presented at University
of Colorado Denver.
2006 - 2007 Member, Special Committee to develop alternative curriculum and financial
models for the Oregon MPH Epi/Biostat track
2008-2009 Co-chair (with Gary Grunwald), ad-hoc committee to develop PhD curriculum
2001 BIOS605:Introduction to SAS statistical programming at University of Michigan
2004 PHPM526:Biometry II at OHSU
2009 BIOS6623:Advanced Data Analysis (co-developed with Tasha Fingerlin)
2001 BIOS605: Introduction to SAS statistical programming, University of Michigan,
MS Biostatistics program
I developed this course with Leslie McClure. The focus is on teaching basic
programming skills necessary for success in the biostatistics graduate programs at
the University of Michigan.
2004 – 2007 PHPM526: Biometry II at OHSU, Oregon MPH Epi/Bios Track
I redeveloped this Master’s level course of regression and ANOVA analysis
techniques. Involves data analysis and applications with statistical computing.
2009,2010 BIOS6623: Advanced Data Analysis, UCD Biostatistics MPH, MS, PhD programs
I developed this course with Tasha Fingerlin. The focus is on teaching students
how to map clinical hypotheses to statistical hypotheses, propose and conduct
appropriate analyses. This is done via four projects over the term with topics such
as correlated data, confounding/interaction, missing data, study design and sample
2010 BIOS7776: Special Topics, Computational Statistics, UCD Biostatistics PhD course. I was
the course director and taught 4 weeks of MCMC theory and methods.
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1996 BIOS503:Introduction to Biostatistics at University of Michigan, Department of
1997 BIOS553:Biostatistical Analysis for Health Related Studies at University of
Michigan, Department of Biostatistics
2008 Colorado Biostatistics Consortium, 2 lectures on Generalize Estimating Equations
2009 Colorado Biostatistics Consortium, 2 lectures on Bootstrapping methodology
PhD Thesis Advising, UCD
2010 - Kenneth Horton, PhD in Biostatistics, Mentor
MS Thesis Advising, UCD
2011 - Doron Schmuli, MS in Biostatistics, Mentor
Thesis Committee Membership at UCD
2008 – 2009 Tom Venturi, MSPH
2008 - Laura Pyle, PhD in Biostatistics
Thesis Advising, Oregon MPH Epi/Biostat Track at OHSU
2005 Heidi Purcell, The relationship between medical debt and access to health
2007 Cynthia Mills, The relationship between biodiversity and Sin Nobre Virus
Biostatistics Advising on Theses for Oregon MPH Epi/Biostat Track at OHSU
2005 Jess Mace
2006 – 2007 Paula Wechingier
2006 – 2007 Bliss Kaneshiro
2005 – 2006 Sarah Truclinh Tran
2005 – 2007 Paula Bednarek
2005 - 2006 Meg Cary
2005 – 2006 Amy Wilkerson
2005 – 2007 Alexa Kaskowitz
2004 – 2006 Carrie Frederick
2004 – 2006 Elisa Wilson
2004 – 2005 Laura VanHoughten
2004 Aleksandra Sumic
* Indicates a student publication in which I served as the biostatistics advisor
Refereed Journal Articles:
1. Harris, TG, DF Battaglia, ME Brown, MB Brown, NE Carlson, C Viguie, CY Williams, and FJ Karsch
(2000). Prostaglandins mediate the endotoxin-induced suppression of pulsatile gonadotropin-releasing
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hormone (GnRH) and luteinizing hormone (LH) secretion in the ewe. Endocrinology, 141(3): 1050-
2. Young, EA, AR Midgley, NE Carlson, and MB Brown (2000). Alteration in the hypothalamic-
pituitary-ovarian axis in depressed women. Archives of General Psychiatry, 57(12): 1157-1162.
3. Young, EA, NE Carlson, and MB Brown (2001). 24-Hour ACTH and cortisol pulsatility in depressed
women. Neuropsychopharmacology, 25(2): 267-276.
4. Kasa-vubu, JZ, A Barkan, P Olton, T Meckmongkol, NE Carlson, and CM Foster (2002). Incomplete
modified-fast in obese early pubertal girls leads to an increase in 24-hour GH concentration and a
lessening of the circadian pattern in leptin. Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism, 87(4):
5. Korszun, A, EA Young, K Singer, NE Carlson, MB Brown, and L Crofford (2002). Basal circadian
cortisol secretion in women with temporomandibular disorders. Journal of Dental Research, 81(4):
6. West, CR, NE Carlson, JS Lee, A McNeilly, TP Sharma, W Ye, and V Padmanabhan (2002). Acidic
mix of FSH isoforms are better facilitators of ovarian follicular maturation and estradiol production than
the less acidic. Endocrinology, 143(1): 107-116.
7. Kasa-Vubu, JZ, MF Sowers, Y We, NE Carlson, and T Meckmongkol (2004). Differences in
Endocrine Function with Varying Fitness Capacity in Post-Pubertal Girls across the Weight Spectrum.
Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine, 158: 333-340.
8. Chung, KA, Carlson NE, Nutt JG(2005). Short-term paroxetine treatment does not alter the motor
response to levodopa in PD. Neurology. 64(10):1797-8
9. Beard, T, Choi, D, Farquhar SA, Carlson NE, and Michael YL (2006). Measuring the influence of
neighborhood environment on walking among older adults. Journal of Aging and Physical Activity
10. *Sumic A, Michael YL, Carlson NE, Kaye JA (2007). Physical activity and the risk of dementia in the
oldest-old Journal of Aging and Health .
11. Nutt J, Cater J, Carlson NE (2007). Effects of Methylphenidate on the Response to Oral Levodopa: A
Double-Blind Clinical Trial. Archives of Neurology 64:319-323.
12. Samuels, M, Schuff, K, Carello, P, and Carlson, NE. (2007) Quality of life, psychological symptoms,
mood, and cognition in L-thyroxine treated hypothyroid subjects. Thyroid, 17(3):249-58.
13. DeVoe J, Krois L, Edlund T, Smith J, and Carlson NE. (2008) Uninsurance Among Children Whose
Parents are Losing Medicaid Coverage: Preliminary Results from a Statewide Survey of Oregon
Families. Health Services Research 43(1 Pt2): 401-418.
14. Bowman G, Kaye JA, Moore MM, Waichunas D, Carlson NE, Quinn J (2007). Blood brain barrier
impairment in Alzheimer’s disease: stability and functional significance Neurology 68(21):1809-14.
15. Samuels MH, Schuff KG, Carlson NE, Carello P, Janowsky JS. (2007). Health status, mood and
cognition in experimentally-induced subclinical hypothyroidism. J Clin Endocrinol Metab 92(7):2545-
16. Amanna I, Carlson NE, Slifka M (2007). Longitudinal analysis of humoral immunity in individual
subjects indicates antigen-specific differences in antibody maintenance. New England Journal of
17. Gunzler SA, Shakil S, Carlson NE, Nutt JG, Meshul CK (2007). Low doses of apomorphine transiently
reduce locomotor activity in MPTP-treated mice. Neuroscience Letters, 428 (2-3):64-7.
18. *Kaskowitz, A, Carlson NE, Nichols M, Edelman A, Jensen J (2007). Online availability of hormonal
contraceptives without a health care examination: effect of knowledge and health care screeing.
Contraception 76(4), 273-277.
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19. *Bednarek PH, Nichols MD, Carlson N, Edelman AB, Creinin MD, Truitt S, Jensen JT. Effect of
observed start compared with Sunday start on contraceptive continuation after medical abortion. Obstet
Gynecol 2007, supp 57S.
20. *Kaneshiro B, Jensen JT, Carlson NE, Nichols M, Edelman A. The Association of Body Mass Index
and Unintended Pregnancy in the US: Results from Cycle 6 of the National Survey of Family Growth.
Contraception 76. Aug 2007; 177.
21. Carlson NE, Moore MM; Dame A; Howieson D; Silbert LE; Quinn, JF; Kaye JA (2008) Trajectories of
brain atrophy associated with benign or pathologic brain aging. Neurology. 70(11):828-33.
22. Samuels MH, Schuff KG, Carlson NE, Carello P, Janowsky JS (2008) Health status, mood and
cognition in experimentally-induced subclinical hyperthyroidism J Clin Endocrinol Metab 93(5):1730-6.
23. Howieson D, Carlson NE, Moore MM, Wasserman D, Abendroth C, Payne-Murphy J, Kaye J (2008)
Trajectory of mild cognitive impairment onset. Journal of the International Neuropsychological
Society, 14, 192-198.
24. Gunzler SA, Pavel M, Koudelka C, Carlson NE, Nutt JG. Foot-Tapping Rate as an Objective Outcome
Measure for Parkinson Disease Clinical Trials. Clinical Neuropharmacology. 2008 Oct 23. [Epub ahead
25. Devoe, J, Krois L, Edlund C, Smith J, and Carlson NE (2008). Uninsured but eligible children: Are
their parents insured? Recent findings from Oregon. Medical Care 46(1): 3-8.
26. Gunzler SA, Koudelka C, Carlson NE, Pavel M, Nutt JG (2008). Effect of low concentrations of
apomorphine on parkinsonism in a randomized, placebo-controlled, crossover study. Archives of
27. *Kaneshiro B, Jensen JT, Carlson NE, Harvey SM, Nichols MD, Edelman AB. Body mass index and
sexual behavior. Obstetrics and Gynecology,112(3):586-92.
28. Neiss, M.B., Leigland, L.A., Carlson, N.E., Janowsky, J.S. (2008). Age differences in perception and
awareness of emotion. Neurobiology of Aging (Epub ahead of print).
29. Hammarlund E, Lewis MW, Hanifin JM, Simpson EL, Carlson NE, Slifka MK (2008). Traditional
smallpox vaccination with reduced risk of inadvertent contact spread by administration of povidone
iodine ointment. Vaccine 26(3), 430-439
30. *Nagel CL, Carlson NE, Bosworth M, Michael YL. (2008). The relation between neighborhood built
environment and walking activity among older adults. American Journal of Epidemiology;168(4):461-8.
31. *Mace J, Michael YL, Carlson NE, Litvack JR, Smith TL (2008). Effects of depression on quality of
life improvement after endoscopic sinus surgery. Laryngoscope; 118(3): 528-534.
32. Carlson NE, Johnson TD, Brown MB. (2009) A Bayesian Approach to Modeling Associations
Between Pulsatile Hormones. Biometrics 65(2):650-659.
33. Michael YL, Carlson NE, Chlebowski RT, Aickin M, Weihs KL, Ockene JK, Bowen DJ, Ritenbaugh
C.(2009). Influence of stressors on breast cancer incidence in the Women's Health Initiative. Health
34. Carlson NE, Brenner LA, Wierman ME, Harrison-Felix C, Morey C, Gallagher S, Ripley D. (2009)
Hypogonadism on admission to acute rehabilitation is correlated with lower functional status at
admission and discharge.Brain Injury. 23(4):336-44.
35. *Keast, EM, Carlson NE, Chapman, NJ, Michael YL (2010). Using built environmental observation
tools: Comparing two methods of creating a measure of the built environment. American Journal of
Health Promotion. 24: 354-61.
36. Carlson NE**, Michael YL**, (2009). Mediators and Moderators of physical activity change in elderly
adults. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 6(49). **co-first authors.
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37. Edelman AB, Carlson NE, Cherala G, Munar MY, Stouffer RL, Cameron JL, Stanczyk FZ, Jensen JT
(2009). Impact of obesity on oral contraceptive pharmacokinetics and hypothalamic-pituitary-ovarian
activity. Contraception 80(2):119-27.
38. Penna S, Novack TA, Carlson NE, Grote M, Corrigan JD, Hart T. (2009). Residence Following
Traumatic Brain Injury: A Longitudinal Study. Journal of Head Trauma Research (accepted).
39. Brenner, LA, Carlson NE, Harrison-Felix C, Ashman T, Hammond F, Hirschberg RE. Self-inflicted
traumatic brain injury: Characteristics and outcomes. Brain Injury (accepted)
40. *Mace JC, Michael YL, Carlson NE, Litvack JR, Smith TL (2010). Correlations Between Sinonasal
Endoscopy and Quality of Life Changes After Sinus Surgery. Archives of Otolaryngology - Head &
Neck Surgery. 136(4): 340-6.
41. *Ventura T, Harrison-Felix C, Carlson NE, DiGuiseppi C, Gabella B, Brown A, DeVivo M,
Whiteneck, G (2009). Post-acute mortality following traumatic brain injury: A population based
study. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (accepted).
42. Wilkerson A, Yen I, Carlson NE, Michael YL (2011). Neighborhood physical features and
relations with neighbors: does positive physical environment increase neighborliness?
Environment and Behavior. (accepted)
43. Rothman MS, Carlson NE, Xu M, Wang C, Swerdloff R, Lee P, Goh VH, Ridgway EC,
Wierman ME. (2011) Reexamination of testosterone, dihydrotestosterone, estradiol and estrone
levels across the menstrual cycle and in postmenopausal women measured by liquid
chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry. Steroids. 76: 177-82.
44. Tran ST, Rosenberg KD, Carlson NE (2010). Racial/ethnic disparities in the receivpt of
smoking cessation interventions during prenatal care.
45. Carlson NE, Grunwald GK, Johnson TD (2010). Using Cox Process Models to Model Pulse
Generating Mechanisms . Clinical and Translational Science 3(2) S8–S55. Presented at the ACRT-
SCTS meeting Washington DC, April 2010.
1. Carlson, N.E., McClure, L.A. and Brown, M.B. (August 1999) A Monte-Carlo comparison of three
model-based pulse detection algorithms. Poster presentation at the 1999 Joint Statistical
Meetings, Baltimore, MD
2. Carlson, N.E. and Brown, M.B. (August 2001) An Estimator of the Temporal Relationship Between
Hormones. Presented at the Biometrics section at the 2001 Joint Statistical Meetings, Atlanta,
3. Carlson, N.E. and Brown, M.B. (July 2002) Approximate Entropy as a measure of Regularity in
Hormone Series. Presented at the 2002 International Biometrics Society Meeting, Freiburg,
4. Carlson, N.E., Johnson, T.D. and Brown, M.B (March 2002) A pulsatile driver-response model of two
hormones. Presented at the 2002 ENAR Spring Meeting, Arlington, VA
5. Carlson, N.E., Johnson, T.D. and Brown, M.B (August 2002) Methods for assessing pulsatile
associations between two hormones. Presented at the Biometrics section of the 2002 Joint
Statistical Meetings, New York City, NY
6. Carlson, N.E., Johnson, T.D. and Brown, M.B (March 2003) A driver-response model of pulsatile
hormone data with a test of the pulsatile association. Presented at the 2003 ENAR Spring
Meeting, Tampa Bay, FL
7. Kaye, JA, Moore, M, Dame, A, Sexton, G, Mayes, C, and Carlson, NE (June 2004). Alzheimer’s
disease-associated cerebral atrophy is a continuous accelerated process of aging commencing
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many years before memory impairment begins. Presented at the 2004 American Academy of
Neurology, Philadelphia, PA
8. Janowsky, JS, Leigland, NA, Neiss, MB, Bussiere, JR, and Carlson NE. (October, 2004) Feeling what
you think changes with age and isn’t related to memory. Presented at the 2004 Society for
Neuroscience Meeting, San Diego, CA
9. Kaye, J, Carlson NE, Moore, M, Dame, A, and Howieson, D (April 2005). The clinical transition to
dementia is characterized by a two-phase process of accelerating brain loss. Presented at the
2005 American Academy of Neurology Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA
10. Carey, J, and Carlson NE (February 2006). Clinical Measurement of Walking Speed: Comparisons of
Trunk vs. Foot measurements. Presented American Physical Therapy Association Annual
Meeting, San Diego, CA.
11. Carlson NE, Johnson TD, and Brown MB (August 2006). A Bayesian approach to modeling
associations between pulsatile hormones. Presented at the 2006 Joint Statistical Meetings,
12. Kaskowitz A, Carlson NE, Jensen J, Edelman A, Nichols M (November 2006). Online availability of
hormonal contraceptives without a health care examination: Effect of knowledge and health
care screening. Presented at American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology District III
meeting, Honolulu, HI.
13. Howieson D, Carlson NE, Moore MM, Dame A, Kaye JA. Defining when memory problems begin in
MCI patients. Presented at the International Neuropsychological Society, Portland, OR,
14. Carlson NE, Moore MM, Dame A, Howieson DB, Silbert LE, Quinn JF, Kaye JA (to be presented
2007). Trajectories of brain atrophy associated with onset of mild cognitive impairment.
Presented at the International Neuropsychological Society, Portland, OR, February 2007.
15. Edelman A, Jensen JT, Carlson NE, and Stouffer R. Oral contraceptive efficacy and body weight: does
obesity affect the risk of contraceptive failure? Presented at the American College of
Obstetrics and Gynecology: Annual Clinical Meeting, May 2007.
16. Carlson NE, Moore MM, Dame A, Howieson DB, Silbert LE, Quinn JF, Kaye JA. Trajectories of brain
and cognitive changes associated with onset of mild cognitive impairment. Presented at the
American Gerontological Society National Meeting, San Francisco, CA, November 2007.
17. Rothman MS, Carlson NE, Xu M, Wang C, Swerdloff R, Lee P, Goh V, Ridgway EC, Wierman ME.
Reexamination of Testosterone, Dihydrotestosterone and Estradiol Levels Measured by Liquid
Chromatography Tandem Mass Spectrometry across the Menstrual Cycle, in Postmenopausal
Women and Men across the Lifespan. Presented at the Endocrine Society Meeting June 2009.
18. Carlson NE, Grunwald GK, Johnson TD. Using Cox Process Models to Model Pulse Generating Mechanisms.
Clinical and Translational Science 3(2) S8–S55. Presented at the ACRT-SCTS meeting Washington DC, April
19. Carlson NE, Grunwald, GK, Johnson TD. Using Cox Process Models to Model Pulse Generating Mechanisms
. Presented at the International Biometrics Society Meeting, Florianopolis, SC Brazil, December 2010.
20. Carlson NE, Horton, K, and Grunwald GK (2011). A Comparison of methods to analyze pulsatile hormone data.
Presented at the Eastern North Atlantic Region meeting of the International Biometrics Society, Miami,
FL, March 2011.
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Principle investigator, Statistical methods for endocrine physiology and pathophysiology.(10/1/08-
9/30/11, $129,500/yr) KL2 Mentored Career Award, U54, NIH-NCRR through the Colorado Clinical
and Translational Research Institute, Colorado’s CTSA Grant (75% support).
The purpose of this career development award is to develop a class of Bayesian statistical models
to fit population and bivariate time series of hormone data and for me to develop additional
training in endocrine physiology and computer programming.
Co-investigator, National Data and Statistics Center for the Traumatic Brain Injury Model Systems (PI:
Harrison-Felix,C, 10/1/06-9/30/11, $650,000/yr), H grant, Department of Education, (15% support).
Biostatistician, Oregon Clinical and Translational Research Institute, Biostatistics and Design Program
(PI: E Orwoll, 9/29/06-6/30/11, $7.8M/yr), U54 grant, NIH-National Center for Research Resources
PI-Biostatistics and Data Core, Oregon Alzheimer’s Disease Center-Biostatistics and Data Core (PI: JA
Kaye, 4/1/05-3/31/10, $500,000/yr), P30 grant, NIH-National Institute on Aging (20% support)
Co-investigator, Environmental influences on change in elderly walking (PI: YL Michael, 8/12/04-
8/11/07, $75,000/yr), R21 grant, NIH-National Institute on Aging (10% support)
Co-investigator, Psychosocial factors and breast cancer screening (PI: YL Michael, 8/16/04-8/15/07),
R03 grant, NIH-National Cancer Institute (5% support,$50,000/yr)
Co-investigator, Neighborhoods and physical activity among older men (PI: YL Michael, 7/01/05-
06/30/07), R21 grant, NIH-National Institute on Aging (5% support, $75,000/yr)
Biostatistician, Neurocognitive effects of subclinical thyroid disease (PI: M Samuels, 7/1/04-6/30/07,),
R21 grant, NIH-National Institute for Diabetes, Digestive, and Kidney Disorders (10%
Co-investigator, Neighborhood and obesity in older women (PI: YL Michael, 3/01/07-2/28/10), R01
grant, NIH-National Institute on Aging (15% support;$182,000/yr)
Co-Manager Biostatistics Core, Oregon Health and Science University’s General Clinical Research
Center-Biostatistics Core (PI: DM Dorsa, 12/01/04-9/28/06, $3.95M/yr), M01 grant, NIH-National
Center for Research Resources.
Co-investigator, Neighborhood Influence on Social and Behavioral Consequences of Alzheimer’s
Disease (PI: Michael, YL, 8/01/04-8/30/05, $25,000), Foundation Grant, The Oregon Tax Check-off
Alzheimer’s Research Fund.
Graduate Student Research Assistant under the supervision of the DRTC biostatistician,
Michigan Diabetes Research and Training Center -- Biostatistics Core, (PI: Herman, 12/1/02-11/30/05),
P60 grant, NIH-National Institute of Diabetes, Digestive, and Kidney Disorders.
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Graduate Student Research Assistant under the supervision of the GCRC biostatistician,
Michigan General Clinical Research Center, (PI: Wiely, 12/01/00-11/30/05), M01 grant, NIH-National
Center for Research Resources.
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