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IDFirst NameLast NamePositionInstitutionContact EmailQuick Summary of My InterestsWhat I'm Good AtWhat I'm Looking For in a CollaborationLinks to me 1Links to me 2
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xCarolynSalafiaLab HeadInstitute for Basic Researchcarolyn.salafia@gmail.comPlacenta and pregnancy, prenatal exposures that can be measured only indirectly but which influence risks of many disorders throughout lifeplacentas, biological thinking, writingSomeone who wants to take their methods and apply them to a different problemhttps://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/sites/myncbi/carolyn m.salafia.1/bibliography/47958714/public/?sort=date&direction=ascending
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1LolaFayanjuAssistant Professor of Surgery;
Director, Breast Program, Durham VAMC
Dukelola.fayanju@duke.eduPatient-reported outcome measures (PROMs), value-based health care, statistical prognostication of outcomes, disparities in breast cancer treatmentAs a surgeon, I'm rooted in the clinical arena, which is a rich source of novel ideas for research and patients for studies. I have a literary background and have strengths in manuscript writing and editing.Those with an interest in statistical prognostication and simulation and/or longitudinal analysis of PROMs.https://surgery.duke.edu/faculty/oluwadamilola-motunrayo-fayanju-md-ma
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2ThomasChanDevelopmental Psychologist, Postdoc Fellow in Epidemiology and Biostatistics on AgingJohns Hopkins Universitythomas.chan@jhu.eduDesigning interfaces and examining interventions that promote health behaviors. Specifically, I am interested in investigating the lifestyle activities, motivations, and emotions that predict health, well-being (quality of life), and mortality.Conceptualizing projects, writing introduction and discussion sections, CFAs, SEMSomeone who loves [and good at] running longitudinal analyses in predicting health outcomes and developmental change for subpopulations: Growth mixture models, Invariance testing, Item response, DSEMprognostihttps://www.carlsonlab.org/team
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3DakotaCintronPhD Student, Educational Psychology with cocentration in Measurement, Evaluation, and Assessment University of Connecticutdakota.cintron@uconn.eduLongitudinal Structural Equation Modeling Methodology and EstimationStatistical programming, SEM, IRT, Evaluation, Instrument DesignI have conducted a variety of statistical analysis. Often, I am concerned with problems that don't require real data (i.e. simulation studies). Collaboratively, I am looking for more opportunites to apply statistical methods to real data. https://www.linkedin.com/in/cintrond/
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4MasoumehDejmanClinival Trial SpecialistAmarex Clinical Researchdejman.masoumeh@gmail.comLongitudinal Structural Equation Modeling n for mood disorders Grant writing, drafting manyscripts Ststistical analysis to explore association of variables and prediction modelhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/masoumeh-dejman
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5ChrisConwayAssistant Professor of PsychologyCollege of William & Maryconway@wm.edupsychopathology (origins, time course, classification), especially emotional disordersSEM, latent curve modelsPower analysis for SEM and latent curve modelsconway.blogs.wm.edu
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6AmyFanSenior Survey StatisticianNational Instiute of Healthamy.fan@nih.govAlcohol and drug abuse disorders; psychiatric cormorbidities; liefestyle behaviors; chronic disease epidemiology; trend analysis; population survey; violence exposure and health consequencesconceptializing projects, survey data analysis, mental-physical health connectionI need to work with a mathematic statistician who knows simulation modeling well
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7GodfredBoatengPostdoc Fellow in Anthropology and Global HealthNorthwestern Universitygboaten@gmail.comHealth and health inequalities; Social Inequalities; Work and Occupations; Scale development and construction; Population HealthScale development and Construction; Multilevel modeling; Longitudinal Modeling; Invariance testingTo work collaboratively with someone who shares my interest on various research items geared toward publicationshttps://scholar.google.com/citations?user=lCPRIQwAAAAJ&hl=en&oi=ao
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8BillEllisonAssistant Professor of PsychologyTrinity Universitywellison@trinity.eduPsychopathology, especially personality disorders; personality psychologyn=1 longitudinal analyses in SEM framework (p-technique factor analysis, dynamic factor analysisWould love to collaborate with others with access to ILD from individuals in outpatient psychiatric services to explore idiographic models of function and dysfunction and how they relate to other methods of diagnosis/assessmenthttps://scholar.google.com/citations?user=6WGVJIUAAAAJ&hl=en
https://inside.trinity.edu/directory/wellison
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9Seth KaplanAssociate Professor of I/O PsychologyGeorge Mason Universityskaplan1@gmu.eduEmployee well-being/wellness; Team performanceScale development and Construction; Multilevel modelingCollaborating on projects involving (interventions to improve) employee health and well-being (broadly defined)https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Seth_Kaplan
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10LaurenBylsmaAssistant Professor of Psychiatry University of Pittsburgh School of MedicineBylsmaL@pitt.eduemotion, depression, depression risk and developmentEMA with depressed adults and high risk youth, multilevel modeling, psychophysiology, clinical assessment of depressionprojects related to understanding emotion in psychopathology and changes across development
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11YINLIUAssistant Professor of Human DevelopmentUtah State Unviersityyin.liu@usu.edustress and health; daily affective fluctuation as a trait, and its developmental change; daily stress biomarkers synchrony, and its relationship to health over timeMLM using daily diary data; modeling developmental change in the health domain; team work and leadershipstress and health using survey data from daily diaries from older adults; intensive biomarkers of stress and their relationship to health and well-beinghttps://scholar.google.com/citations?hl=en&user=Ac4ySJoAAAAJ&view_op=list_works&sortby=pubdate
https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Yin_Liu25
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12SherineEltoukhyPostdoc FellowNational Institutes of Healthsh.eltoukhy@gmail.comHealth communication, media technologies, health disparitiesExperimental design
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13Sandy MitchellResearch ScientistNational Cancer Institutemitchlls@mail.nih.govSymptoms, functional status, mediator/moderator analysis, mixture modelling, longitudinal outcomes, multi-group confirmatory factor analysisMixture modelling, longitudinal data analysis, high dimensional data analysisWould love to collaborate with other methodologists in using M-Plushttps://healthcaredelivery.cancer.gov/about/staff/bios/mitchell.html
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14TakaYamashitaAssociate Professor of SociologyUMBCyamataka@umbc.edusocial determinants of health; subjective well-being; older populations; cross-cultural comparisonsGLM; CFA; mediation & moderation anlaysis; propensity score analysis; survey data anlaysisResearch on health and well-being of older adults using the advanced quantitative methodshttp://sociology.umbc.edu/ftfaculty/person/vz80453/
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15TaraHofkensPostdoctoral ResearcherUniversity of Virginiath7ub@virginia.eduadolescents' psychological wellbeing in school; stress regulation as a predictor of adjustment and performance in school; relations between health, health behaviors, and school outcomesscale development, EFA, CFA, multi-level modeling, mixed methods, qualitative methodsExpertise in ambulatory physiological assessment and analysis of ambulatory data, especially cardiac data (hrv, rsa, ibi) and galvonic skin response or electrodermal activityhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/tara-hofkens-12ba5311b/
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16MelissaRobertsonDoctoral Candidate in I/O PsychologyUniversity of Georgiarobertsonmelissa27@gmail.comEmployee well-being; occupational health; work-life interface; weight lossLongitudinal data analysis, daily diary studies, SEM, MplusResearch on employee health and well-being, especially as it relates to the work-life interface or weight loss/weight managementhttps://www.researchgate.net/profile/Melissa_Robertson4
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17EllenYeungNIAAA T32 Postdoctoral FellowUniversity of Missouri, Columbiam2ellenyeung@gmail.comCo-occurence between chronic pain and substance use disordersMLM, SEM, Multilevel-SEM, Latent Growth Models, and Intensive longitudinal data analyses with daily diary, EMA, ambulatory assessment, and developmental designsCollaborating on projects involving data that assessed chronic pain (e.g., migraine, arthritis, fibromyalgia, chronic widespread pain, and TMD) and substance use disorders (e.g., alcohol, opioid, and cannabis) with lab, EMA, or developmental design.
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18BridgetArmstrongPostodctoral Fellow (F32)University of Maryland School of Medicinebarmstrong@peds.umaryland.eduPediatric obesity (eating/feeding, physical activity & sleep) parent child interactions MLM, Moderated mediation
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20RichardDemboProfessorUniv. of South Florida rdembo@usf.eduhigh risk youthPath analysis,EFA,CFA,SEM,LGM,two level
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21Vinita AgarwalAssociate ProfessorSalisbury University, Mdvxagarwal@salisbury.eduhealth promotion, wellness, preventive care, alternative medicineEFA, CFA, path analysis, regression, moderation/mediation, survey data analysisProjects involving wellness through alternative medicine, scale development, patient-provider communication in CAM and biomedicine, integrative medicine, conceptualizing holistic health and outcomes in different modalities
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22NikAllanAssistant Professor of PsychologyOhio Universityallan@ohio.eduTransdiagnostic risk factors for mood and anxiety disordersCFA, SEM, FMM, GMM, mediation, moderationLongitudinal EMA, ambulatory assessment projects. Researchers interested in multiple units of analysis integration (RDOC framework)https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=rBBKN-MAAAAJ&hl=en&authuser=1
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23KathrynVan EckAssistant ProfessorKennedy Krieger Institute & Johns Hopkins School of Medicinekvaneck1@jhmi.edudevelopmental psychopathology related to disruptive behavior, long term outcomes associated with childhood trauma exposureCFA, SEM, GMM, MLM, moderation, mediation, manuscript preparation and writing, interdisciplinary collaborationsCollaborators to write manuscripts and grants for new and existing projects
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24MichelleColder CarrasPostdoctoral fellowJohns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Healthmcarras@jhu.eduVideo games and mental health/ recovery, including intervention development and ILD data arising from game play; consensus development techniques as they apply to understanding and measuring psychiatric disorders; stakeholder engagementDesigning and conducting unique studies, developing multidisciplinary collaborations, mixed methods, latent class analysis and regressionPeople who are interested in video games and mental health/mental disorders and want to help figure out how to develop and evaluate interventions based on games and game communities.https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Michelle_Colder_Carras
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25NicoleHollisLecturerUniversity of California, Davisndhollis@ucdavis.eduPrevention of child maltreatment, antecedents and consequences of child maltreatment, family interactions and intergenerational transmission of parenting practicesSEM, latent profile analysis, latent growth modelingProjects involving family processes, resilience, and preventive efforts and interventions for maltreated or disadvantaged children
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26Mei YiNgPostdoctoral Fellow in Clinical PsychologyUniversity of California, San Franciscomeiyi.ng@ucsf.eduYouth mental health, psychotherapy change processes and mechanisms, personalized interventionMeta-analysis, meta-analytic SEM, mediation & moderation analysisEMA/ambulatory assessment expertise, access to youth psychotherapy datasets or new data collection opportunities, grant collaboration https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=xCukGKwAAAAJ&hl=en
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27AldenGrossAssistant Professor, EpidemiologyJohns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Healthagross14@jhu.eduCognitive aging; epidemiology; latent variable methods; intersection of cognition and physical frailty; aging; gerontologystructural equation modeling; longitudinal data analysis; theory of measurement; validation; integrative data analysis; harmonizationNeat theories to test in cognitive aginghttps://www.jhsph.edu/faculty/directory/profile/2884/alden-l-gross
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28LaurenOkanoDoctoral Candidate, JHSPHJohns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Healthlokano1@jhueduAdolescent mental health and educational outcomes, developmental psychopathology, school based interventions and programsLongitudinal SEM (ARCLs), CFA, manuscript preparationSharing resources and code, manuscript collaboration
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29RegineHaardoerferResearch Assistant Professor, Behavioral Sciences and Health EducationEmory Universityrhaardo@emory.eduAdvanced statistical methods and how to increase use in the social sciencesHLM, SEM, study design, powerI'm always interested in people's applications of stats - especially if they have unique types of data
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30YanWangAssistant ProfessorUniversity of Maryland School of Medicineyan.wang@peds.umaryland.eduApplication of advanced statistical methods to research on epidemioloyg and prevention of health risk behavior and health disparitiesmediation, latent growth modeling, multilvel modelingDiscussion on statistical models, sharing resources and code, manuscript colloboration
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31Azeez AdebimpePostdocUniversity of Pennyslvaniaadebimpe@upenn.edupredictive and advance statitical anlayses on health data related to young adults and adolsecentregression, predictive modelling, connectvity and reationsSharing resources, data, manuscript https://www.asc.upenn.edu/people/faculty/azeez-adebimpe-phd
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32JingYuPostdoctoral FellowNational Institute of Child Health and Human Development, NIHjing.yu2@nih.govApplying advanced statistical modeling in developmental research; Examining how individual (e.g., genes, temperament) and socio-cultural (e.g., culture, parenting, SES) factors influence development and health of young children, adolescents, and emerging adultsPath analysis, mediation and moderation, latent profile/transition analysis, CFA, SEM, LGM, MTMM, multilevel analysisDiscussion of statistical models and codes; manuscript collaborationhttps://www.researchgate.net/profile/Jing_Yu21
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33JimDavisAssociate ProfessorUniversity of Hawaii School of Medicinejamesdav@hawaii.eduDisparities research, multiple comorbidities, health services reseachDiscussion of code and models
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34LeslieHortonAssistant ProfessorUniversity of Pittsburgh School of Medicinehortonle2@upmc.eduESM and EMA (ambulatory assessment), schizophrenia riskMLM; Ambulatory assessment; clinical/ mental health research study design and implementation,sharing resources and code; troubleshooting
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35KatherineMasynAssociate ProfessorGeorgia State University School of Public Healthkmasyn@gsu.eduAll things latent variable and Mplus
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36YangYangAssistant ProfessorUniversity of Louisiana at Lafayetteyang.yang@louisiana.eduAddiction research, drug treatment for offenders, particularly for women offenders SEM, HLM, mixed-methods designDiscussing statistial analyses; Writing amanuscripts on effectiveness and implemention of addiction programs
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37Xin FengAssociate Professor, Human Development and Family ScienceOhio State Universityfeng.88@osu.eduChildren's cognitive and emtoional regulation, depression risk, modeling of longitudinal dataGrowth modeling, Laten class/profile analysis, SEMAccess to datasets on maternal and child mental and physical health, expertise in ambulatory assessment, sharing resources and codes https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Xin_Feng5/contributions
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38HongLinProfessor, Computer ScienceUniversity of Houston-Downtownlinh@uhd.eduEEG data analysisHuman-centered computing, parallel computingMethods for feature extraction from EEG data, access to EEG databases, applications of EEG modeling.http://cms.uhd.edu/faculty/linh
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39MarkLaiAssistant Professor, Quantitative MethodsUniversity of Cincinnatimark.lai@uc.eduResearch methodology, especially in multilevel modeling and latent variable modeling, measurement invariance, and addiction researchStatistical analysis and inferences, programmingApplications of advanced statistical analyses, particularly with multilevel/longitudinal/intensive longitudinal datahttps://marklai.netlify.com
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40SarahMurrayAssistant ProfesorJohns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Healthsarah.murray@jhu.eduDevelopment and assessment of interventions; global mental health; measurement; intimate partner violencePsychiatric epidemiology; mixed methods researchAdvanced latent variable modelling expertise
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41JackieGrossDoctoral Candidate, developmental psychologyUniversity of Maryland College Parkjgross@umd.eduDevelopment and assessment of interventions, child social and emotional development, parent-child attachmentimplementing and evaluating parenting interventions, coding child social behavior, data analysiswould like to share ideas and questions relating to data analysis in mplushttps://psyc.umd.edu/gradprofile/Gross/Jacquelyn
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42Calonie GrayResearch AnalystUS Department of Educationcalonie.gray@ed.govAdvanced research methods, including applications for longitudinal, multisite interventions; intersection of ethnocultural constructs, public health (strong interest in addictions research), and educationSEM, Latent Class/Profile Analysis, CFA, and mixed methodsTA for conducting power analysis; sharing syntax; manuscript collaborationhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/calonie-gray-59019b69
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43YitongZhouResearch AnalystTruth Initiativeyzhou@truthinitiative.orgILD analysis, survey analysis, machine learningSEM, Multilevel model, EMA data analysis, programmingsharing resources and code, manuscript collaboration
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44AmyNuttallAssistant ProfessorMichigan Statenuttall@msu.eduFamily response to stress, including parenting, parent-child dynamics/roles, and child developmentSEM, longitudinal SEM, mixture modelingAccess to datasets (particularly longitudinal) on family process/child development in contexts of stress (maltreatment, interparental conflict/divorce, sibling of parental illness/cancer); willing to consult/analyze data on these topics for manuscripts and/or grantshttp://hdfs.msu.edu/people/faculty/nuttall-amy-k-phd
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45JuminParkPostdoctoral FellowNIH jumin.park@nih.govsymptoms; symptom clusters; biomarkers and stressSEM, Latent Class/Profile AnalysisAdvanced latent variable modelling; moderated mediation analysis
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46Yiwen CaoDoctoral CandidateOhio Statecao.225@osu.eduNeighborhood, child maltreatment, behavioral health servicesSEM, longitudinal SEM, MLM, GISAccess to datasets
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47WeijunWangPrincipal Research ScientistState University of New York at Buffalowwang@ria.buffalo.eduyouth cultures, aggresson, bullying, substance use, school climateMLM, APIM, longitudianl SEM, dailymanuscript and grant collaborations
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48AnneBlackResearch ScientistYale School of Medicineanne.black@yale.edu; anne.black@va.govsubstance use, mental health, risk behavior, Veteranslongitudinal data analysis, MLM, SEM, measurementaccess to data sets, content experts who need a methods collaborator for grantshttps://medicine.yale.edu/psychiatry/people/anne_black.profilehttps://www.researchgate.net/profile/Anne_Black
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