Magnuson Health Sciences Center - F Wing
1959 NE Pacific Street
Seattle, WA 98195-7232
I grew up in North Carolina, and I attended the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. I graduated in 2016 with a Bachelor’s in Biostatistics and Quantitative Biology. My current interests lie in broad applications of statistics to cancer treatment and prevention. Methodologically, I am interested in the design, conduct and analysis of clinical trials, survival analysis, longitudinal data analysis and missing data.
As my RA, I work for the the clinical trial A-TREAT under Dr. Susanne May, providing support in patient monitoring and for the DSMB, while also drafting and executing the statistical analysis plan. My dissertation involves research issues in modern clinical trials. With Susanne May, I am developing a framework to design, conduct and analyze N-of-1 trials with sequential monitoring and to combine a series of sequentially monitored N-of-1 trials. With Megan Othus, I have suggested approaches for stratified randomization in platform trials with differing experimental arm eligibility and proposed a novel method for assessing sufficient follow-up time in studies with long-term survivors.
In my diminishing free time I like to go to the gym, run, find restaurants to frequent, reread my favorite books (and maybe some new ones) and practice my flute. Occasionally, I watch movies and TV shows (occasionally, it is more than occasional).