Jamie Crandell, PhD

Research Assistant Professor Department of Biostatistics
Research Assistant Professor School of Nursing

T:(919) 966-4290

jbigelow@email.unc.edu

2011 Carrington Hall

CB #7460

Chapel Hill, NC 27599

USA

Jamie Crandell, PhD, is research assistant professor in the Department of Biostatistics and the School of Nursing. Some of her main research interests are Bayesian methods, longitudinal analysis and measurement error modeling.

Dr. Crandell’s collaborations include studies designed to improve the health of youth with Type 1 diabetes, to further understand the role of the family in management of childhood chronic conditions, and to promote acceptance of HPV vaccination in pre-teens.

Honors and Awards

Bernard Greenberg Dissertation Award
2007, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Barry H. Margolin Dissertation Award
2007, Department of Biostatistics

Pre-doctoral Intramural Training Award
2004-2006, National Institutes of Health

ENAR Student Paper Award
2005, International Biometrics Society

Mindel Sheps Fellowship
2005, UNC School of Public Health

Max Halperin Scholarship
2005, Department of Biostatistics

Traineeship in Environmental Biostatistics
2001-2004, NIEHS

Greenberg Scholarship
2001-2002, Department of Biostatistics

John Dickinson Award
2000, Department of Psychology, University of Richmond

Research Activities

Bayesian methods, longitudinal analysis and measurement error modeling

Education

PhD, Biostatistics, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2006

MS, Biostatistics, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2003

BS, Mathematics / Chemistry / Psychology, University of Richmond, 2001