Dr. Papandonatos has research interests in hierarchical modeling of
continuous and discrete data, and in population genetics, particularly
phenotypes related smoking initiation and progression to nicotine
Dr. Papandonatos joined the Department of Community Health at Brown University in 1998, where he now holds an academic appointment as Associate Professor of Biostatistics. He is also affiliated with the Centers for Behavioral & Preventive Medicine at the Miriam Hospital. Since his move to Brown, he has developed extensive collaborations in Behavioral Medicine, in the areas of smoking cessation, physical activity, and weight loss interventions. He has served as project statistician and co-Investigator on 32 funded R01 and U01 projects, and as statistical mentor on 9 career awards in these areas. Additionally, he served as Principal Investigator of the Statistics & Data Management Core of the TTURC-SPORE P50 grant on "Nicotine Dependence: Phenotype, Endophenotype & Contexts" from 1999-2010.
GEORGE PAPANDONATOS, Ph.D. (Statistics), U of Minnesota, 1994
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