Chloe Krakauer

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Magnuson Health Sciences Center - F Wing
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I am in my second year of pursuing a PhD in biostatistics. My statistical interests include stochastic processes, survival analysis, and high-dimensional modeling, particularly graphical modeling. I am currently researching the use of stochastic processes to infer transmission chains of infectious diseases within a population using virus genome sequences and subsequent inferred phylogenies with Vladimir Minin, PhD (Department of Statistics, UW). My work with MaryLou Thompson, PhD (Department of Biostatistics, UW) and Nicholas Smith, PhD (Department of Epidemiology, UW) at the Seattle Epidemiologic Research and Information Center (Seattle ERIC) involves planning of epidemiologic studies and analysis of administrative and collected data to answer a variety of epidemiologic questions, focusing particularly on health concerns of Veterans. This work relies heavily on survival analysis and survey sampling.

I am in my second year of pursuing a PhD in biostatistics. My statistical interests include stochastic processes, survival analysis, and high-dimensional modeling, particularly graphical modeling. I am currently researching the use of stochastic processes to infer transmission chains of infectious diseases within a population using virus genome sequences and subsequent inferred phylogenies with Vladimir Minin, PhD (Department of Statistics, UW). My work with MaryLou Thompson, PhD (Department of Biostatistics, UW) and Nicholas Smith, PhD (Department of Epidemiology, UW) at the Seattle Epidemiologic Research and Information Center (Seattle ERIC) involves planning of epidemiologic studies and analysis of administrative and collected data to answer a variety of epidemiologic questions, focusing particularly on health concerns of Veterans. This work relies heavily on survival analysis and survey sampling.