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Nathaniel O'Connell , PhD
Assistant Professor

Division of Public Health Sciences
Wake Forest University Health Sciences

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Office #: VINE 4503
Medical Center Boulevard
Winston Salem, NC, 27157

Telephone: 336-713-1215
Email: noconnel@wakehealth.edu

PhD, Biostatistics, Medical University of South Carolina, May 2018
BS, Biology, Kennesaw State University, May 2013 

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My primary methodological research interests are in the design, conduct, and analysis of clinical trials. More specifically, I am interested in statistical methodology for adaptive dose-finding/early phase cancer trials. My recent work in the field focus on the elicitation and utilization of continuous toxicity scores (in place of conventionally used binary toxicity outcomes) in trial methodology. In a more broad context, my statistical research interests are in general clinical trial methods, Bayesian methods, and survival analysis. In an applied context, I enjoy working collaboratively with clinical researchers and basic scientists across a range of disciplines.  

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