I am a Research Investigator at OCHIN, Inc. where I serve as the Research Policy Liaison, Co-Lead of the Quantitative Sciences Core, Co-Director of the AIM-AHEAD Research Fellowship, and support the work of the ADVANCE Clinical Research Network. Additionally, I hold an appointment as an Adjunct Assistant Professor of Population & Quantitative Health Sciences in the School of Medicine at Case Western Reserve University.
My expertise is in the use of complex health care data, paired with traditional statistical and novel machine learning approaches, to identify disparities and inequities in health, health care, and health outcomes. I apply these approaches across a wide range of complex clinical conditions (e.g., epilepsy/seizure, cancer, multimorbidity, and emergency general surgery), social conditions (e.g., social drivers of health, social risk, housing insecurity), and policy domains (e.g., Medicaid, quality measures, payment).
Below you’ll find summaries of my recent work, with full details on my CV.
PhD in Epidemiology and Biostatistics
Case Western Reserve University
BS in Public Health
For a full list, including under review and in-press publications, please see my CV