I am an Administrative Assistant and my current work involves supporting the Chair of the Biostatistics Department. I earned a Bachelor of Science in Applied Health Science from Indiana University, and have worked in University Administration for almost four years supporting various departments, units, and faculty within Schools of Public Health.
My current work involves creating an epidemiologic survey for the Michigan Genomics Initiative. I am interested in exploring risk scores using genetic, phenotypic and environmental factors that can be used to stratify individuals for cancer risk and survival. I am broadly interested in cancer epidemiology with a focus on analyzing electronic health records and biobank data for risk prediction, Arab/Arab American health, and data visualization. I am currently a Ph.D Student in the Epidemiology Department. Dr. Leigh Pearce is my advisor.