Pairwise survival analysis, regression models, and epidemiologic methods for infectious disease transmission
Epidemiology Seminar Series with Eben Kenah, PhD
Eben Kenah has an ScD in epidemiology and an MS in biostatistics from Harvard, where his advisor was James Robins. He did a postdoctoral fellowship in biostatistics at the University of Washington with Ira Longini and Betz Halloran. He is currently an associate professor of biostatistics at the Ohio State University, where he works on the analysis of mathematical models of epidemics, epidemiologic methods and causal inference, and statistical methods for infectious disease epidemiology.