University of Michigan
Dr. Emily Slade is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Biostatistics. She collaborates with researchers in a wide range of biomedical areas through the Biostatistics, Epidemiology, and Research Design Core in UK’s Center for Clinical and Translation Science. She also promotes the value of team science through teaching and mentoring students in statistical consulting and collaboration skills. In addition to her experience supporting applied research design and analysis, Dr. Slade’s methodological research focuses on imputation strategies for missing data, specifically in the context of large datasets with complex relationships among the variables. Before joining UK’s faculty, she founded Harvard’s Biostatistics Student Consulting Center and interned in the pharmaceutical industry.