|Sandy Eckel, Ph.D.|
I am an Assistant Professor in the Division of Biostatistics at the University of Southern California (USC). I primarily work
on statistical methods and applications in environmental epidemiology and exhaled breath biomarkers. I am completing a K22 career development award from the NIEHS on "Methods for modeling air pollution effects on exhaled biomarkers".
Academic background. I completed my Ph.D. in Biostatistics at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, under the supervision of Dr. Tom Louis. I then spent two years as a postdoc at USC.
Personal background. I grew up in Seattle, living in Ballard and then on Bainbridge Island. I majored in Mathematics and French at Vassar College. I discovered Biostatistics during my junior year abroad in Paris. I enjoy hiking, and most Saturdays you can find me on a trail in the San Gabriel mountains.
USC Department of Preventive Medicine
2001 N. Soto Street, SSB 202B, MC-9234
Los Angeles, CA
Zip: 90089 for mail, 90033 for visitors/packages
Email: eckel [at] usc [dot] edu
Phone: (323) 442-2030
Fax: (323) 442-2349
Office: SSB 202B