Jennifer Renee Fonda, Ph.D.
Lecturer on Psychiatry, Part-time
Veterans Affairs Boston Healthcare System
Boston VA Med Ctr-Brockton
940 Belmont St
Brockton MA 02301
|Boston University School of Public Health, Boston, MA||PhD||09/2015||Epidemiology|
|Boston University Graduate School of Arts and Science, Boston, MA||MA||09/2004||Biostatistics|
|Boston University College of Arts and Science, Boston, MA||BA||05/2003||Psychology|
I am the lead epidemiologist and biostatistician for the Translational Research Center for TBI and Stress Disorders Center (TRACTS), a VA Rehabilitation Research and Development Traumatic Brain Injury National Network. I play a central role in the design and data management of TRACTS, a longitudinal, prospective cohort study that uses state-of-the-art information across the domains of biological function (including blood chemistry, genetics, epigenetics), clinical and psychosocial function, lifetime head trauma and blast exposure, deployment experience, neuropsychological function, and neural integrity. I have 17 years of experience as a researcher focused on biostatistics and epidemiologic methods, with a particular interest in addiction, suicide, and psychiatric epidemiology.
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