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Denise St. Jean

Stats Desk Consultant

PhD, Epidemiology

   denise.st.jean@unc.edu



Denise St. Jean is a PhD student in infectious disease epidemiology at UNC-Chapel Hill’s Gillings School of Global Public Health. She was born and raised in sunny Long Beach, CA and joined Odum in Spring 2020. Prior to UNC, she studied Ecology & Evolutionary Biology at Yale University and Management at Wake Forest University. She also did a stint at Beghou Consulting in New York City. Broadly, Denise’s research interests encompass tropical infectious disease, vaccine preventable diseases, and child health and development in low-and-middle-income countries.

When she’s not researching or working at Odum, Denise enjoys reading, checking out local bars and restaurants, and yoga. Denise is also very interested in the policy implications of epidemiologic and health sciences research, and is a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Health Policy Research Scholar. You can find her on Twitter (@stjeandenise) retweeting science memes, posting about global health, and occasionally chatting about epidemiology.

Specializations:

Denise is available to provide consulting and support in the following areas:

  • Regression (all types)
  • Longitudinal Data Analysis
  • Multilevel Modeling
  • Data Management
  • SAS
  • R
  • Excel

 
Denise St. Jean’s CV