Biostatistics; School of Public Health, University of Michigan
About Madeline Abbott
I am a third year PhD student in the Department of Biostatistics. My dissertation is advised by Jeremy Taylor and Walter Dempsey and focuses on the development of joint longitudinal-survival models motivated by mobile health data. I also work as a GSRA for Billie Nahum-Shani and Dr. Dempsey on the analysis of mobile health data from smoking cessation studies. I completed the MS program in Biostatistics at UM in 2020 and did my undergraduate degree in Applied Mathematics and Statistics at Macalester College in Saint Paul, MN.
Innovations in Methods for Adapting and Personalizing Interventions for Cancer Control
Self-Relevant Appeals to Engage in Self-Monitoring of Alcohol Use: A Micro-randomized Trial
The Hybrid Experimental Design
Time-Varying Model of Engagement with Digital Self Reporting
Results of the Sense2Stop Micro-Randomized Trial
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