Young adolescents are more likely to be exposed to online alcohol ads if they are rebellious in nature; parental monitoring of online access reduces exposure.
Nov 28, 2016
Anagha Tolpadi is a statistical analyst at the RAND Corporation. She has conducted statistical analyses to address research questions in a variety of health policy areas, such as pay-for-performance, quality of care, and patient satisfaction. She has experience with a variety of statistical methods such as survey data analysis, survival analysis, regression, mixed and longitudinal modeling, and multiple imputation of missing data. She also has experience with survey methodology and assists with writing analytic and results sections of client reports and research papers.
Tolpadi is proficient in many statistical softwares, such as SAS, R, Stata, and IVEware. She received her M.S. in biostatistics from the University of Michigan and her B.A. in statistical science from Cornell University.
Sapir E, Tolpadi A, McHugh J, Samuels SE, Elalfy E, Spector M, Shuman AG, Malloy KM, Prince ME, Bradford CR, Worden FP, Schipper M, Eisbruch A., "Skin cancer of the head and neck with gross or microscopic perineural involvement: Patterns of failure," Radiotherapy and Oncology, 120(1):81-86, 2016