Data Analysis and Management for HIV/AIDS Surveillance, Prevention, Care, Treatment Programs
The presentation will discuss statistical methods for analyzing time to event and rate data. This presentation also will review the statistical foundations for Kaplan Meier survival analysis, Cox proportional hazards, and Poisson regression methods, including practical examples of how to analyze and present this data along with discussion of SAS coding methods to implement these techniques.
Heather Young, PhD, MPH is an Associate Professor of Epidemiology and Biostatistics at The George Washington University School of Public Health and Health Services. Dr. Young has ten years of experience in epidemiologic and biostatistical consulting and has taught numerous courses in graduate epidemiology and biostatistics to public health and health professions students. Dr. Young completed her MPH and PhD in epidemiology at The George Washington University. Her areas of research interest include cancer particularly reproductive cancers, environmental and occupational exposure assessment, reproductive outcomes related to environmental and occupation exposures, pesticide exposure assessment, and health of military and veteran populations.