2019 ASA Fellow
For more than two decades, Dr. Hanlon has led collaborative research within the health sciences. She has served as co-investigator or lead biostatistician on numerous funded research projects, including prospective and retrospective studies within the areas of cancer, cardiovascular disease, stress, sleep, communication, violence, gerontology, women’s health, obesity, biobehavioral studies and care transitions. Her extensive experience has led to refined processes and systems for data collection, monitoring, entry, quality, and analysis to insure research studies are conducted rigorously and efficiently. Additionally, she has authored nearly 300 peer-reviewed clinical or biomedical research publications through her collaborations. As the lead biostatistician with the Transitional Care Model research team for the last decade, she has informed multiple study designs and sample size estimations, data management and statistical programming, data visualization, analyses, and dissemination efforts. She has also served as an expert reviewer for the Patient Centered Outcomes Research Institute and the American Statistical Association.