Camille Hochheimer, PhD, is a postdoctoral research associate under the mentorship of Dr. Sarah Ratcliffe. Her primary research seeks to quantify respiratory patterns using signal processing and functional data analysis. She is also interested in survey methods research, specifically the analysis of survey dropout patterns. Prior to joining the Department of Public Health Sciences, Dr. Hochheimer earned her PhD in Biostatistics from Virginia Commonwealth University, where she collaborated on a wide range of public health research with the Department of Family Medicine and Population Health.
PhD, Biostatistics, Virginia Commonwealth University, 2019
B.A., Spanish, The University of Virginia, 2014
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A complete list of my published work is available at My Bibliography.
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