John Angles is a PhD student in biostatistics at the University at Albany working as a data analyst with the CDC and academic collaboration, Coalition for Applied Modeling for Prevention (CAMP). His current work with CAMP focuses on developing an internal aberration detection tool for national STD surveillance data. He previously received his MPH with a concentration in data analytics at SUNY Upstate Medical University and has experience working in state and county health departments, primarily working with Ryan White funded HIV medication assistance programs. He is currently exploring potential dissertation topics in multivariate time series analysis and their applications for infectious disease surveillance.
- Experience in: Cost effectiveness analysis, Markov chain Monte Carlo simulation, categorical data analysis, modeling, systematic reviews
- Interests: Infectious disease, health equity, disparities, and social determinants of health