Mary Ellen Slaughter

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Statistical Analyst
Off Site Office


Ph.D. in epidemiology, Case Western Reserve University; M.S. in biostatistics, Case Western Reserve University; B.S. in molecular biology and genetics, University of Maryland


Mary Ellen Slaughter is a statistical analyst at the RAND Corporation. She has extensive experience in many different types of regression analyses including survival analysis, mixed effects modeling, and trajectory analysis and has worked on numerous health policy projects in the past ten years. She is skilled in employing various analytical techniques such as data imputation, micro-simulation, propensity score weighting, and graph/table creation. She has over 15 years of experience in both SAS and R and five years of experience with Stata.

Recent Projects

  • Enhancing Quality Interventions
  • Objective and Perceived Neighborhood Characteristics and Cognitive Decline
  • Effectiveness of Technology-Assisted Diffusion for Evidence-Based Treatment
  • Effects of Depression and Its Treatment on the Impact of ART on Health Outcomes