Chloe Krakauer

Chloe Krakauer
Magnuson Health Sciences Center - F Wing
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I am pursuing a PhD in biostatistics at the University of Washington advised by Ken Rice, PhD and Mauricio Sadinle, PhD. My research with Ken Rice is on the use of decision-theoretic justification for standard frequentist statistical tests to assess strength of evidence from an experiment after it has been conducted. In my research with Mauricio Sadinle, we aim to develop a method to assess the association between two covariates when an outcome is prone to missingness not at random and marginal functionals of the outcome in the population may be known from other sources. We hope to extend our research to multiple follow-up times and clinical trials.

I am pursuing a PhD in biostatistics at the University of Washington advised by Ken Rice, PhD and Mauricio Sadinle, PhD. My research with Ken Rice is on the use of decision-theoretic justification for standard frequentist statistical tests to assess strength of evidence from an experiment after it has been conducted. In my research with Mauricio Sadinle, we aim to develop a method to assess the association between two covariates when an outcome is prone to missingness not at random and marginal functionals of the outcome in the population may be known from other sources. We hope to extend our research to multiple follow-up times and clinical trials.