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Statistical Analysis Consulting Projects
The clients I have worked with on a consulting basis have given me the opportunity to apply my statistical analysis expertise to research in education, social work and other social science settings. Here is a brief sampling of individuals and organizations I have been able to help:
 Carol Tosone and her colleagues at NYU School of Social Work, in analysis of a large survey of social workers reactions to 9/11.
 Al Pach on a study of cholera and its prevention in India and other places.
 Karyn Rode on a study of polar bears in Alaska.
 Susan Witte at Columbia University School of Social Work, analyzing a survey of commercial sex workers in Mongolia.
 Nabila elBassel, also of CUSSW has employed me a number of times, most recently in analyzing a survey of illicit drug users in New York.
 Joan Stamler, of TurnAround for Children, in analyzing a complex longitudinal study of the effect of an intervention in public schools.
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