r2glmm). In 2016, I was an adjunct professor of statistics at North Carolina Central University, teaching undergraduate and graduate level courses in statistics. From 2017-2021, I was an assistant professor of Biostatistics at University of Alabama at Birmingham. There, I studied machine learning, blood pressure, hypertension, cardiovascular disease, and wearable device data. What I like most about research is the programming that supports it. I am an enthusiastic R user, I’ve made a few R packages, and I’ve taught introductory courses to programming.
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Optimized to fit, interpret, and make predictions with oblique random survival forests (ORSFs), this R package is written with an intuitive, formula based API. In addition to fitting ORSFs, several methods to estimate the importance of individual variables using an ORSF are available.Read more
Systolic blood pressure and probable dementia: a secondary analysis of a randomized clinical trial using joint longitudinal and survival models to analyze how change in systolic blood pressure over time associates with risk for dementia.Read more