Mental Health Office: Hampton House 804
Phone: (410) 502-6222
Biostatistics Office: Wolfe St Building E3533
Fax: (410) 955-9088
Email: estuart at jhsph.edu
Official faculty webpage
I am an Associate Professor in the Department of Mental Health and the Department of Biostatistics of the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. My primary research interests are in statistical methodology for mental health research, particularly relating to causal inference and missing data. I primarily work in the areas of education, prevention, and intervention and dabble a bit in autism research as well.
POST DOC OPENING! Please see here for information on a post-doc opening to work with me (open as of January 2014).
Every summer I teach a 2-day short course for the Department of Mental Health Summer Institute (Click here for more information). The topics alternate between missing data and propensity scores. In the summer of 2012 I will teach the propensity score class, and then the missing data class in Summer 2013.
Click here for the one and a half hour webinar on propensity scores I taught for AcademyHealth.
Click here for the presentations from the Atlantic Causal Inference conference held May 24-25, 2012 at JHSPH.
Click here for the presentations from the mid-Atlantic Causal Inference conference held May 19-20, 2008 at JHSPH.
Click here for sample code to go with Harder, Stuart, and Anthony (2009).
Click here for media links to my work.
Special thanks to Roger Peng for sharing his webpage formatting with me.