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YSPH biostatistician part of award-winning Yale team

Staff Spotlight on Jesse Reynolds, a biostatistician at the Yale Center for Analytical Sciences (YCAS) who oversees Yale University's team. He's also part of REDCap data collection team that was recently presented the Lorimer Award for Distinguished Service by the university.

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  • Making an Impact

    Faculty and students in the Yale School of Public Health’s Department of Biostatistics are being recognized around the world for their outstanding scholarship and research.

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  • Breaking Down Barriers, Bringing Interventions to Life

    The Yale Center for Methods in Implementation and Prevention Science (CMIPS) works to break through the barriers that keep evidence-based interventions from going mainstream while also expediting the transition from research to practice. Led by Dr. Donna Spiegleman, the center is pioneering new methods to optimize the impact of targeted interventions.

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  • Biostatistics Modelers Pioneering a New Direction for Public Health Investigations

    Data scientists in the Yale School of Public Health’s Department of Biostatistics are using advanced mathematical modeling to help public health professionals identify effective interventions and strategies to address today’s complex public health issues. By applying creative computer simulation and analysis, our scientists are pioneering new ways of investigating public health data in situations where more traditional forms of research are difficult to do due to logistical, temporal, or other barriers.

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  • Health Informatics Professor Working to Reduce Inequities — one app at a time

    As the director of the Consumer Health Informatics Lab (CHIL) at Yale, Assistant Professor Terika McCall, PhD, MPH, MBA, is using the latest in digital and mobile technologies to reduce disparities and improve physical and mental well-being among traditionally underserved groups. As part of that effort, McCall is creating new smartphone applications intended to improve mental health resources for Black women and support formerly incarcerated individuals returning to the community. And she’s just getting started.

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