Biostatistics; School of Public Health, University of Michigan
About Hanna Venera
Originally from North Idaho, Hanna graduated from Pacific Lutheran University in 2017 with degrees in Financial Mathematics and Economics with minors in Statistics and Hispanic Studies. She is an MS Biostatistics student at the University of Michigan, working with Dr. Walter Dempsey at the Data Science for Dynamic Intervention Decision-Making Center (d3center). She is excited about mobile health and adaptive interventions, and is currently working with hybrid trial designs — Micro-Randomized Trials (MRT) with Sequential Multiple Randomized Trials (SMART).
Hybrid Experimental Designs for Developing Mobile Interventions
Optimization of Adaptive Interventions
Leveraging digital technology to improve employee health and well-being: New intervention and experimental approaches
Advances in Adaptive Interventions to Improve Outcomes for Individuals with SUD and HIV
Optimizing the Adaptation and Personalization of SUD Services
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