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Alumni

2010's

  • Katie Javier-Provost

    Katie Javier-Provost, a recent MMI graduate, completed the Louisville Ironman on August 25, 2012.

  • Xinchen Teng

    Xinchen Teng, Postdoc in the Hardwick lab, gave birth to a new baby boy named Oliver on August 1, 2012.

  • Vignetta Charles

    Vignetta Charles, PhD, has joined the staff of the National AIDS Fund (NAF) as Vice President of Programs and Evaluation, where her responsibilities include overseeing NAF’s strategic grantmaking programs, spearheading efforts to measure and document program outcomes, and developing an expanded portfolio on the translation of science to community.

    Prior to joining NAF, Dr. Charles developed and rigorously evaluated innovative, theory-and evidence-based, sexual, reproductive health, and HIV prevention programs. She has dedicated most of her career to issues disproportionately impacting politically disenfranchised communities, focusing on urban sexual and reproductive health with an emphasis on HIV prevention. Dr. Charles’ professional experience includes conducting scholarly inquiry at academic institutions, evaluating national teen pregnancy prevention programs, assessing the effectiveness of black women’s health interventions, serving as the national health educator for the Commonwealth of Dominica, West Indies, initiating a teen pregnancy prevention portfolio for the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, and coordinating HIV and pregnancy prevention programs in both San Francisco and Oakland, California.

  • Hong Zhu

    Hong Zhu has been selected to receive the Statistics in Epidemiology Young Investigator Award at the upcoming Joint Statistical Meetings in Vancouver, Canada. The award is based on the manuscript "Incorporating Sampling Bias in Analyzing Bivariate Survival Data with Interval Sampling and Application to HIV Research". The award will be presented at the reception of the Statistics in Epidemiology Section of the American Statistical Association on Tuesday, August 3, 2010.

  • Nicholas Reich

    Nicholas Reich has been selected to receive the Statistics in Epidemiology Young Investigator Award at the upcoming Joint Statistical Meetings in Vancouver, Canada. The awards are based on his manuscript "Estimating Case Fatality Ratios from Infectious Disease Surveillance Data" He will receive his award at the reception of the Statistics in Epidemiology Section of the American Statistical Association on Tuesday, August 3, 2010.

  • Sandrah Eckel

    Sandrah Eckel has been selected to receive the Statistics in Epidemiology Young Investigator Awards at the upcoming Joint Statistical Meetings in Vancouver, Canada. The award is based on her manuscript "Modification by Frailty Status of Ambient Ozone and Particulate Matter Air Pollution Effects on Lung Function in Older Adults". She will receive her award at the reception of the Statistics in Epidemiology Section of the American Statistical Association on Tuesday, August 3, 2010.

  • Hao Wu

    Hao Wu was the 2010 co-recipient of the 2010 Margaret Merrell Award, which recognizes outstanding research by a Biostatistics doctoral student.

  • Yong Chen

    Yong Chen was the 2010 co-recipient of the 2010 Margaret Merrell Award, which recognizes outstanding research by a Biostatistics doctoral student.

  • Matthew McCall

    Matthew McCall was the 2010 recipient of the 2010 Helen Abbey Award, which recognizes outstanding commitment to teaching by a Biostatistics student.