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Emily Dressler , Ph.D.
Associate Professor



Division of Public Health Sciences
Wake Forest University Health Sciences

Administrative Contact: Janet Davis

Room Number: VINE, 4405
525@Vine, Office #4405
Winston Salem, NC 27157

Telephone: 336-716-0917
Email: edressle@wakehealth.edu

EDUCATION:
2010 - PhD, Biostatistics, Medical University of South Carolina
2009 - MS, Biostatistics, Medical University of South Carolina
2005 - BS, Mathematical Sciences, Clemson University 

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RESEARCH:
My primary research interest is in clinical trials. I have expertise in the design of Phase I trials using model-based, adaptive designs such as the continual reassessment method and have developed methods that are variants of this design to incorporate ordinal toxicity grading and mixed toxicity and efficacy endpoints. I also have conducted research regarding interim strategies for continuous outcomes in single-arm phase II trials. I have been involved in the development of over 20 clinical trials where I was the lead statistician in the implementation, management and interim monitoring. I am an active member of the Society for Clinical Trials and have served on the education committee for the last four years. Additionally, I am an active member of AACR, ASCO, and ASA and have participated in NCI and AACR/ASCO-sponsored training workshops on methods in clinical cancer (2012), methods in cancer biostatistics for clinical trials designs with targeted agents (2015), and was a faculty member for the Vail course this year (2017).  

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PHS SeminarsUpcoming Events
“Community Engagement and  Inclusion of African Americans in Alzheimer's Disease Genetics Research”  »
Goldie Smith Byrd, PhD
4th Floor 525@Vine, Conference Room #4001
02/21/2019, 12-1 PM
WFSM Seminars

Dept of Family & Community Medicine Dean's Research Symposium »
Various Presenters
Kitty Hawk Room, Piedmont Plaza One
02/25/2019, 4:00 - 6:00 p.m.
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Heterogeneous Treatment Effects in Randomized Trials »
Joseph Rigdon, PhD
525 Vine Street, Conference Room 4001
02/26/2019, 11:30 - 12:30 pm
Biostatistical Sciences Seminar

Accelerating Research on Digital Behavior Change Interventions for Cancer Control »
Carmina Valle, PhD
525@Vine, 4th floor, CR 4001
02/27/2019, 1:00-2:00pm
Cancer Prevention & Control

"Is CHD Mortality Still Decreasing?" »
Matthew Loop, PhD
525 Vine Street, Conference Room 4001
02/28/2019, 11:30 - 12:30 pm
Biostatistical Sciences Seminar


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