Amber J. Hackstadt, PhD

Assistant Professor of Biostatistics

Office Address
2525 West End Avenue
Suite 1100, Rm 11116

Dr. Hackstadt's research interests are in the development and application of statistical methods for the exploration and analysis of complex data, which often arise in large public health studies, observational studies and studies utilizing electronic health records. These statistical methods include multiple imputation, semi-parametric regression, causal inference tools, such as propensity scores and principal stratification, and Bayesian modeling.  Applications of interest include environmental biostatistics, gestational diabetes, and pharmacoepidemiology, particularly studies related to diabetes.