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CPC Research Methods Series: Cleaning Up After Missing Data: Pitfalls and Priorities
November 20, 2015 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Dr. Amy Herring, Professor Of Biostatistics and CPC Faculty Fellow
Dr. Annie Green Howard, Assistant Professor of Biostatistics
Professor Amy Herring investigates factors related to adolescent sexual development and the demography of sexual minorities in the United States, studying trajectories of weight gain and cardiovascular health in a large population-based study in China, learning about factors related to human fertility among older mothers, improving the standards of care in neonatal intensive care units, studying occupational exposures and Parkinson’s-type symptoms, and investigating the roles of nutrition and exercise in healthy pregnancies.
Herring is a member of CPC’s methodological consultation unit and advises and collaborates extensively with CPC Fellows working in population science. She is actively involved in the scientific community and she serves on FDA’s Bone, Reproductive and Urologic Drugs Advisory Committee and as an associate editor or editorial board member of a number of journals, including Journal of the American Statistical Association and Environmental Health Perspectives.
Dr. Annie Green Howard graduated from UNC with a Ph.D. in May 2012. After working briefly as a postdoctoral research association at the Collaborative Studies Coordinating Center (CSCC) here at UNC, she took a position as an Assistant Professor in the Biostatistics Department.