Chloe Krakauer

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I am in my second year of pursuing a PhD in biostatistics. My statistical interests include estimation of parameters from nonlinear models, study design, and Bayesian inference. I am currently investigating optimal study design to estimate parameters from systems of ordinary differential equations that determine the expected trajectory of a system of observations with Dr. Sarah Holte (Fred Hutch) and Dr. Ali Shojaie (Department of Biostatistics, UW). My current RA is with Jennifer Nelson, PhD and Melissa Anderson, M.S. at Kaiser Permanente. Our research focuses on behavioral interventions for smoking cessation and/or improving dental hygiene and dental care utilization practices. My work has involved contributing to the statistical analysis plan for a clinical trial grant and secondary analyses of existing data on reasons for dental care utilization/smoking cessation disparities.

I am in my second year of pursuing a PhD in biostatistics. My statistical interests include estimation of parameters from nonlinear models, study design, and Bayesian inference. I am currently investigating optimal study design to estimate parameters from systems of ordinary differential equations that determine the expected trajectory of a system of observations with Dr. Sarah Holte (Fred Hutch) and Dr. Ali Shojaie (Department of Biostatistics, UW). My current RA is with Jennifer Nelson, PhD and Melissa Anderson, M.S. at Kaiser Permanente. Our research focuses on behavioral interventions for smoking cessation and/or improving dental hygiene and dental care utilization practices. My work has involved contributing to the statistical analysis plan for a clinical trial grant and secondary analyses of existing data on reasons for dental care utilization/smoking cessation disparities.