Education: PhD, Biostatistics. Harvard University. 2017
Masters Degree, Biostatistics. Brown University. 2011
Overview: Sarah collaborates with researchers, clinicians, and fellows in the Department of Surgery and the General Internal Medicine division of the Department of Medicine. Her research experience involves correcting for biases arising in epidemiologic research, primarily as a result of measurement error and selection. Sarah's main areas of interest include biomarker evaluation, electronic health records-based research, risk prediction, and survival analysis.
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