Dr.P.H. Biostatistics, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2014
M.S. Mathematics, Clark Atlanta University 2005
B.S. Mathematics, Clark Atlanta University, 2005
Christian manages and analyzes data for the Detroit Neighborhood Health Study (DNHS); Sacramento Area Latino Study of Aging (SALSA); and the eX-FLU intervention study at UNC, and is involved in projects with the iEpi social network study.
Christian is interested in longitudinal statistical methods, specifically linear mixed models, with the purpose analysing biological and social exposures on health outcomes in older populations and other vulnerable groups.
Christian joined the Aiello Research Group in 2014 after completing her doctoral program in biostatistics and UNC’s Institute on Aging Carolina Program in Health and Aging Research (CPHAR) Pre-doctoral Fellowship. Her dissertation research focused on examining the effects of mortality on the statistical methods for identifying non-mortality health outcomes in a study of older adults. Prior to joining the Aiello Research Group, Christian has worked with many different health professionals on their research, including a geriatric dentist, an injury prevention epidemiologist, and a social epidemiologist.
Christian loves fitness (bootcamp, Zumba ®, Xtend Barre, running, hiking), experiencing new cuisines, tutoring, science-fiction/fantasy novels and movies, traveling, and playing games (crossword puzzles, Sudoku, and scrabble).
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