RRC|BIOSTATISTICS

Rebecca R. Carter


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The following is a (very) brief summary and not complete list of work completed, presented, or in progress. Most publication updates are featured on Research Gate. For a bleeding edge compilation, please request a brief resume or CV.

Education

Case Western Reserve University, School of Medicine.

Case Western Reserve University, College of Arts and Sciences.

Work Experience

Doctoral Intern in Global Pharmacovigilance and Epidemiology.
Bristol-Myers Squibb, Hopewell NJ

Project Manager.
Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, Cleveland OH

Graduate Research Assistant.
Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, Cleveland OH

Graduate Research Assistant.
Louis Stokes Cleveland VA Medical Center, Cleveland OH

Research Operations Coordinator.
University Hospitals/Case Medical Center, Cleveland OH

Undergraduate Research Assistant.
University Hospitals/Case Medical Center, Cleveland OH

Skills

I am a currently a graduate student. I also have been employed for almost 10 years with increasing levels of responsibility.

Project Management

Includes but not restricted to: R01/R21/K-Award/private foundation grant writing, database management, scientific writing training for others at various age and skill levels, payroll & purchasing, fiscal budget management, hiring, training, managing staff for different positions, all IRB administration and compliance, ect.

Quantitative

Statistical Programming Languages.     R, SAS
Programming Languages.     Python
Current Favorite Data Tools.     Google Refine, Bash, RegExp
Graphics Editors.     GIMP, Adobe Creative Suite
Version Control.     Git
Operating Systems.    For all work & personal computing: Linux, For BMS & the government: Windows or MacOS X
Other Software.    Emacs

Qualitative

Survey Development and Validation.      I specialize in survey development, developing behavioral interventions, and statistical validation for both vulnerable and crowdsourced populations.

Clinical Interviewing.    Conducted clinical baseline interviews with an adolescent population in residential treatment for addiction. Assisted with patient recruitment, led the retention, screening, and longitudinal follow-up components.

Service

Academic Service

Membership Co-Chair.
Caucus for Women in Statistics (CWS)

Outreach.
Created a year-long STEM curriculum from scratch with a focus on relevancy to careers in science for underserved middle school girls at the Flora Stone Mather Center for Women under the direction of Heather Clayton Terry.

Student Representative.
Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics

Speed Chair.
Conference for Women in Statistics and Data Science

Reviewer.
PeerJ, Preventing Chronic Disease, Addiction

Interests

Other Interests. Do you love Emacs as much as I do? Lets trade tips and tricks. I want to chat with YOU about text mining. And the chatbots you’re working on.

Public Engagement. Crowdsourcing & Epidemiology: Methods Antibiotic Stewardship in Nursing Homes: Behavioral Intervention Framework Effective Text Mining / Computational Linguistics Building Emotional Intelligence Skills as an International Non-Native Speaker

Languages. 1) English: Native speaker & American citizen.

2) Bengali: Speaking – Ami bangla boli, ar beshi practice chai aro loker songe! (I speak Bangla, and I’d like more practice chatting with other people!).

Reading and Writing – I can read Bangla but it takes ages because I’m still at the character by character translation stage.

3) Spanish: Reading & Writing – I can and do conduct full scientific literature reviews in Spanish.

Speaking – Apologies in advance to my fellow Latinos but if you speak at a slightly slower pace then I’m able to hobble along in conversation.