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 el-Bassel, 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.
This listing is not meant to delve into great detail on the specifics of each project. I would be happy to give you further details about the methods of analysis used and my specific input on each project. If you are interested in learning more please contact me.
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