I have helped several Johns Hopkins faculty and students with their research through informal consultations. I have also been formally hired as consultant with the following organizations:

Biostatistics Center, JHSPH

I have worked for the consulting service of the Biostatistics Center since June of 2008. During this time, I have participated in several projects related to health services and outcomes research. In addition, I participate in the Biostatistics Free Clinic held Friday mornings.

Safe Water Systems Program, Center for Refugee and Disaster Response, JHSPH

SWSP hired me to analyze 16 months of data on the incidence of diarrhea and other water-borne diseases in 40 villages in the Wardak province of Afghanistan. Villages were randomized to receive either control or one of four water system interventions, including well digging, provision of clorin packets, provision of hygiene education, and a combination of all three interventions. My analysis compared the incidence and prevalence of disease among the five groups.