Research & Publications
Donna Spiegelman focuses on implementation science and methods for study design and data analysis which reduce bias in estimation and inference due to measurement error or misclassification in the exposure variable. She has extensive experience in troubleshooting and solving methodological issues that arise in longitudinal investigations, in clinical trials, and in large-scale public health effectiveness evaluations.
Extensive Research Description
Cancer epidemiology and prevention; Prevention science; cardiovascular disease epidemiology and prevention; HIV/AIDS epidemiology and prevention; maternal and child health promotion; mental health promotion;
Cardiovascular Diseases; Epidemiologic Methods; Health Plan Implementation; Maternal Mortality; Obesity; Global Health; HIV Infections; Clinical Trial; Biostatistics; Implementation Science
Public Health Interests
Cancer; Clinical Trials; Epidemiology Methods; Global Health; HIV/AIDS; Infectious Diseases; Obesity; Implementation Science