Alan M. Zaslavsky
Professor of Health Care Policy, Harvard Medical School
- Analysis and design of sample surveys and censuses
- Hierarchical modeling and small-area estimation
- Measurement error
- Measurement and determinants of quality in health care
- Psychiatric epidemiology
- Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1989.
- M.S. in Mathematics, Northeastern University, 1984.
- A.B. in Government, Harvard College, 1969.
- 2004 -- now, Professor of Health Care Policy (Statistics), Harvard Medical School
- 1996 -- 2004, Associate Professor of Statistics, Harvard Medical School
- 1994 -- 1996, Associate Professor of Statistics, Harvard University
- 1990 -- 1994, Assistant Professor of Statistics, Harvard University
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