Awards and Achievements
Center faculty were recognized for Excellence in Teaching in 2nd term Biostatistics courses: Gwendolyn Clemens and Andre Hackman for the Introduction to Data Management course; Jiangxia Wang for the Practice of Statistical Consulting course.
Center faculty have earned Excellence in Teaching recognition. Andre Hackman for the Introduction to Data Management course, 4th term and Gwendolyn Clemens for the Introduction to Data Management course, 3rd term.
Gayane Yenokyan, Jiangxia Wang and their Wilmer collaborators’ application for Wilmer to become one of the AAO IRIS Registry Analytic Centers was approved in January 2022. The IRIS Registry (Intelligent Research in Sight) is the nation's first comprehensive eye disease clinical registry and the world’s largest specialty clinical data registry. Wilmer is planning to be integrated with the IRIS registry and become an Analytic Center in 2023.
Erica Tunstall promoted to Program Coordinator. She has also been elected the Department representative of the inaugural Staff Assembly.
Jiangxia Wang promoted to Associate Scientist.
Center faculty have earned Excellence in Teaching recognition. Andre Hackman for the Introduction to Data Management course, 2nd &4th term and Gwendolyn Clemens for the Introduction to Data Management course, 3rd term.
Josh Betz promoted to Assistant Scientist.
Gwendolyn Clemens promoted to Senior Research Associate.
Andre Hackman promoted to Assistant Scientist.
Yifan Zhang appointed to Research Associate.
Center faculty have earned Excellence in Teaching recognition in the second quarter. Jiangxia Wang with Carol Thompson received this award for the Practice of Statistical Consulting course and Andre Hackman for Introduction to Data Management.
Josh Betz named as Director of the Cochlear Center for Hearing and Public Health Biostatistics Core.
Gayane Yenokyan - NIH/NCATS HEAL Pain Management Effectiveness Research Network Program's JHU/Tufts Lead Statistician
Aletta (Bareng) Nonyane promoted to Associate Scientist.
Andre Hackman for Excellence in Teaching, 4th term.
Poster with Distinction rated in the top 10% of all abstracts accepted for presentation at the Digestive Disease Week for abstract titled "Predictors of Neoplastic Progression in High-Risk Individuals Undergoing Surveillance for Pancreatic Cancer: Lessons from the First 16 Years of the Pancreas Screening (CAPS) Program" (G. Yenokyan, A. Sanyal).