Stephen R. Cole, Ph.D.
Quantifying uncertain health effects by principled argument
Professor and Director of Graduate Studies
Department of Epidemiology
Gillings School of Global Public Health
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
My interest is quantitative epidemiologic methods. My current research focuses on the use of structural models to explore 1) etiologic effects of antiretroviral therapies on HIV disease progression (R03AI071763), 2) direct and indirect effects of alcohol consumption on HIV acquisition (R01AA017594), 3) time-varying determinants of ocular and non-ocular HSV recurrence (R21EY021478) , and 4) development of analytic methods for occupational cancer cohorts (R01CA117841, PI: D. Richardson). Also, I am the director of the Epidemiology and Biostatistics core for the CFAR Network of Integrated Clinical Systems (CNICS, R24AI067039, PI: M. Saag).
For examples of my work, please see the papers below. Click here for code.
Cole SR, Stuart EA. AJE 2010; 172: 107-115.
Cole SR, Nie L, Chu H. Clinical Trials 2009; 6: 320-8.
Cole SR, Hernán MA. AJE 2008; 168: 656-64.
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