Catherine Pollack

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HOMETOWN
Stephens City, Virginia, USA

LANGUAGES
English

THESIS MENTOR

UNDERGRADUATE INSTITUTION
University of Virginia
Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Engineering
Interdisciplinary Major in Applied Statistics

PREVIOUS WORK EXPERIENCE
National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine
Intern - Board on Mathematical Sciences and Analytics & Committee on Applied and Theoretical Statistics 

University of Virginia
Undergraduate Teaching Assistant - Departments of Applied Mathematics, Engineering & Society, & Biomedical Engineering 

DARTMOUTH QBS PROFILE

THESIS TITLE

CAREER TRACK(S)
Academia, Industry 

TECHNICAL EXPERTISE
R, MATLAB, Python, Tableau, SQL, SAS, ArcGIS 

EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES
Dartmouth Graduate Student Council QBS Representative 
Graduate Peer Tutor, Dartmouth Center for Research, Writing, and Information Technology 

 


QBS PhD Experience

Electives
COSC 174: Machine Learning & Statistical Data Analysis, PH 147: Advanced Methods in Health Services Research, QBS 123: Biostatistics Consulting Lab

Publications

Poster Presentations

  • A Bridge Between Students and Instructors: Undergraduate Teaching Assistants (UTAs) as Collaborators in Course Redesign (STGlobal, 2018, Washington, D.C., USA)

Oral Presentations

  • Evaluating State Policies in Telemedicine (University of Virginia 31st Annual Undergraduate Research and Design Symposium, 2018, Charlottesville, VA, USA)


My Interests

"Broadly speaking, my research aims are to apply complex computational and biostatistical methods to a diverse array of health care policy problems."

Why QBS?

"The strength of the QBS program stems from the myriad of opportunities for multidisciplinary collaboration with knowledgeable and supportive faculty members."

Life @ Dartmouth

WHEN I AM NOT IN LAB 
"I enjoy playing clarinet with the Upper Valley Community Band."