Megan Rushkin earned her MPH from Portland State University. Most recently, she worked as a research associate for the Center for Evidence-based Policy where she split her time conducting evidence syntheses for state Medicaid programs and working on a statewide integrated dataset project. Before that, she worked at the Department of Orthopaedics and Rehabilitation at Oregon Health & Science University as the department statistician, conducting statistical analyses for various research projects and advising faculty and residents on study design. Megan is excited to bring her expertise in meta-analysis and multivariable modeling to CORE and is excited bring her experience presenting complex findings from statistical analyses to lay/policy audiences. She is especially looking forward to learning from everyone and expanding upon her current analytical abilities.